it's on fox news nation.com. that's terror for us. -- that's it for us. friday we have an interview with the one man silicone valley doesn't want you to hear from. back tomorrow night. the sworn enemy of of lying, pomposity, smugness and group think. sean hannity takes over the 9 p.m. right now. >> sean: yes, we will be watching tomorrow. thank you. and welcome to "hannity." tonight all is not well at the white house. inflation record levels. businesses can't find employees. more lockdowns are imminent even supported by the administration. a southern border is a disaster. violent crime is rising in every major city in this country. russia is hacking critical supply lines every month. china is openly threatening the united states, our military and
our allies. iran is back to enriching uranium one and the withdrawal from afghanistan is a debacle. this administration is unravelling faster than we expected. 57% of americans see what we have been talking about and few others have. 58% of independents and a third of democrats see it. so does america's enemies. the one thing that most agree on. it's not joe biden running the show. today yet again he struggled to get words out during his one and only publicly schedule event. take a look. >> we went for two reasons.
one, to -- to bring bin laden to the gates of hell as i said at the same time. the second reason was to eliminate al-qaeda's capacity to deal with more attacks on the united states from that territory. we accomplished both of those objectives, period. >> sean: repeat, maybe when you get to 10-1,000 joe will speak. you opposed the raid to get bin laden. i can no longer laugh. i can't joke about biden's cognitive struggle. everyone can see he is in bad shape. our allies and enemies see and the majority of the american
people see it. it's dangerous. he needs cards even after a drive briefing from the staff. he is trying to barely get through the one schedule event a day. it's pathetic. here's the next obvious question: who is making the decisions? who knew what when about joe's condition? let's take a look at joe biden. this is from 2012. you will notice two things in this clip. one joe biden brags about being against the bin laden raid and two, joe biden was in a different cognitive state in 2012 than he is today. you decide. >> he said what is your opinion? the secretary of state and ended
with me. every single person in that room hedged their bet except leon penetta. he said go. everyone else said 49, 51. joe what do you think? i said i didn't know we had so many communists around the table. we know the man a direct answer. my suggestion is don't go. >> sean: don't go. that joe biden is long gone. today's weak and frail and cognitively strugging biden is getting steam rolled by america's enemies. we showed you china's threats against american and japanese military bases. china is talking about reunifying with taiwan and warning of consequences if america helps our ally.
we covered the cyber attacks from russia and iran's uranium enrichment program. the number 1 state sponsor of terror. none fear or respect joe biden. neither did the taliban. as america withdraws forces from afghanistan, we have taliban extremist moves in quickly. they are seizing u.s. weapons and supplies in the process. then the question is: why on earth would we ever leave weapons behind like this knowing the taliban would get ahold of it? that's madness. today biden was asked if he trusted the taliban. take a look. >> mr. president, do you trust
the taliban? >> is that a serious question. >> absolutely. >> no, i do not. i do not trust the taliban. >> [shouting]. >> [overlapping talking]. >> that's a silly question. >> sean: why did you live weapons behind? jen psaki had a message on afghanistan that was worse than him. she said there would be no celebration for the troops coming home because the war had not been won militarily. okay. take a look. >> in terms of plans for the end for our men and women coming back. i don't have anything to preview. we won't have a mission accomplished moment. it's a 20 year war that hasn't
been won militarily. >> sean: if the war was lost, there is only one reason and it's a political one. blame joe, your boss. militarily the brave men and women that fought in afghanistan and decimated al-qaeda and fought to maintain order in a failed state for 2 decades, jen psaki can't be bothered to take the time to give them the appropriate credit. tour after tour these men and women served. how does this make the families of soldiers that died in afghanistan feel tonight? jen, circle back and do an apology at the very least. the biden administration has botched the withdrawal from afghanistan just like they are botching america's economic and political independence to covid.
under biden the u.s. is printing money faster than any point in history and inflation is running through the roof. massive prices and shortages and a massive financial burden on every american. the cost of a gallon of gasoline is $3 and above in most places. even $5 and higher in places like california. double what it was under donald trump. great job, joe. the cost to heat and cool your home is going through the roof. the cost for goods and services, that's costing more. that's being passed on to you as well. now there is a nationwide shortage of patio furniture. add it to the list of shortages under biden. beef, chicken wings, lumber and gas and historic shortage of workers. thanks to the administration's never ending shutdowns and hand
outs, employers can'ted fine workers. the restaurant industry they are suffering the most. find workers. the restaurant industry they are suffering the most. a third of workers are refusing to come to work and they are having a problem hiring police. shocker? they stripped their budgets. many police department are operating now at reduced capacity. those that are working, they are afraid to do their job because they know they won't get support from elected efficiency. -- officials. violent crime is spiking in all of these cities.
it's so bad and democrats are pretending republicans are responsible for the defund the police movement. others double down on their defund dreams. take a look. >> the answer to that question is we must eliminate funding for i.c.e. and their parent organization. time after time we have seen it. as human services agents on the ground we see over and over again these agencies are inept. >> sean: defund the department of homeland security? you have forgotten 9-11 and radical islamic terrorists and what they did that day. stop enforcing laws at southern border and this will end. can they be that dump and many
illegal immigrants are testing positive at a high rate for covid. we have overcrowded cages that biden and harris built in the middle of a pandemic and giving them free transportations to states across the country. the crisis at the border is another unresolved disaster. that's getting worse. this administration is an absolute schiff show. whoever is in charge at 1600 pennsylvania avenue you are doing a terrible job. american people are suffering on all levels. here is former trump chief of staff mark meadows and former senior advisor to president trump steven miller. mark meadows, social fails. the new green new deal would fail. open borders and amnesty will fail. you see how the world is not showing joe any respect.
that's scaring me. >> well, it's scaring me too. i talked to president trump this afternoon. you look at the job market you have more help wanted signs out than is healths healthy for the economy. where we need a help. ed sign is at 1600 pennsylvania avenue that that -- they are not in control of the border or our relationships with china and russia and not in control of their own narrative. tlaib talked about shutting down dhs but we are hiring new irs agents and send people door-to-door to check on vaccines? it's beyond belief that progressives would go this far to the left that quickly. >> sean: what is the net result? steven miller?
>> no president in history has been dealt a better hand on day 1 than president biden. think about what trump left him and what it's become. he left him a middle east at the dawn of a new peace. the most secure border in american history and we had more energy than we knew what it do with and an economy primed to roar and a path to peace in afghanistan. this was left at the doorstep for joe biden. you have cities out of the control with crime and the middle east in tatters. afghanistan falling to pieces. an economy with massive inglation it. run away spending and we have jobs that should be filled that cannot be filled. -- this is a disaster. this is leading to an era of malaise, suffering and economic stagnation. he wages and high unemployment
and massive crime coming across our border and staying in our cities. >> sean: the poll that came out this week, mark, 57% of americans don't think joe is in charge. 58% of independents and a third of democrats don't think he is running the show. amazing because outside of this little one hour we have here and a couple of other hours on fox and some of us in talk radio, the rest of the media is hiding joe's cognitive struggles. what would that number be if the media showed america how bad this is? >> i think the economy is already showing the signs that no one is in charge. if you really looked at an accurate poll, the spectrum of the media would cover this, what you would see the tough question failed to get answered by joe biden. when he tries to answer them, he really stumbles all over his
words. if it's something more difficult than his favorite color or flavor of ice cream, he has a real tough time answering it. what we do know is indeed, steven is right. he was dealt a great hand. all he had to do was sit in the oval office and allowed this to go on auto-pilot. instead he put progressives socialist policies in place that is harming the american people. >> sean: steven, you have china talking about reunification. i can't imagine them saying this with taiwan. >> they would not have said it under president trump. you know that. >> sean: they had a fear and respect. >> [overlapping talking]. >> talking about the taliban and the drug cartels and the communist regime in china they
are all on the run because they don't respect this president. they don't respect this administration. they know no one is in charge. these marxists policies will lead to a steep american decline. >> sean: i wish i was wrong in pointing out this guy was a cognitive mess for the sake of the country and the world. under donald trump i can't imagine that the chinese would be talking about reunification with taiwan. i can't imagine the chinese and russians supplying iranians to fight wars and iran would have the guts to start the enrichment of uranium again. i think they feared donald trump. >> well, they did fear him. they had every right to. he was willing to call them out. we have gone on this apology tour again abroad.
appeasement never works. our enemies respect power. that's what donald trump would show them. they are getting exactly the other. getting a cornation instead of tough rhetoric. the progressives were afraid donald trump would lead us into a war but we had a more peaceful middle east than ever before. >> donald trump was the peace president. he understood peace through strength. we would bring our boys home from overseas because we were strong. we need to welcome the men and women coming home from afghanistan. we need to say welcome home. >> amen, mark. >> sean: maybe we should have taken our weapons out before they left instead of givening it to the taliban. thanch you both. also -- thank you both.
in addition to defunding the police and open borders another staple of the radical democrat party is mixing politics with sports. this include major league baseball. have friends in georgia who shared this. this is an ad they will air during the all star game in georgia. it will be run by a new super pack launching next monday. they have a website. get georgia right.com. look at this ad. >> tonight's all star game was supposed be to in atlanta but democrats lied about our election law. >> it's racist. it's jim crow. >> some people don't want some people to vote. >> what do you think about the possibility that baseball moved their all star game out of atlanta? >> i support that.
>> are you tired of democrats pushing politics? >> sean: and the baseball commissioner is called out for staying in the locker room. take a look. >> commissioner manfred moved the all star game from atlanta. why is he making baseball political? because of his terrible record. viewership way down. ticket prices way up. sketchy deals in china. manfred has been so bad that ted cruz and bernie sanders agree. they should pay taxes like everyone else. major league baseball serve your customers and not woke politicians. >> sean: he is radio talk show host and the director of research. here we have georgia's new law.
it's far less restrictive and more inclusive with more access ability to voting. how does he call it jim crow 2.0? or stacey abrams that's a $100-million hit to the economy of georgia. >> well, i can't speak to stacey abrams or president biden, but what i can say the commissioner manfred got it wrong and betrayed the fans of major league baseball and did so to cozy up to woke politicians. >> sean: you are going after the corporations that went along with the lie us and are holding them accountable? >> absolutely. this is part of the consumer first initiative. delivering a message to corporate america.
stop cozying up to woke politicians and deserve their customers. >> sean: dana, i have never called for people to be fired or cancelled. in principle i don't. here you have sports. you have a common passion. people from all races and all backgrounds coming together. they share a passion, their home team. high-5ing strangers and sharing your food and whatever. now politics enters sports and my interest is waning every day. i have no interest. >> you are right. we think the same way on boycotts. it's difficult for me to get behind a boycott. we do our own thing. you are right. all of these companies and the major league baseball commissioner if they want to be
consistent, they would leave every state with laws stricter than georgia. there are parts of georgia's new voting law i don't agree with because it's too lax. georgia lawmakers they get to make those decisions. if anyone else has a problem with it, they can pick up and explain and reconcile now it's not racist to leave georgia and leave atlanta where you have so many black businesses and voters and reconcile that with their rhetoric. they can go find another state. don't let the door hit you where the good lord split you. >> sean: they went along including the corporations. if you compare georgia's law with joe's home state, delaware, one of the most restrictive states, he had the gall to lie about georgia as did stacey
abrams. then these companies that are woke go along with it to make major league baseball to go along with the lie. that's infuriating and an insult to the people of georgia. >> i think you are correct. two things. it was the national bureau of economic research showed that when you are incorporating voter i.d. into voting it doesn't hamper turnout. a study came out from a university professor that showed even after vote i.d. was implemented with absentee ballots in georgia the voting increased. a lot more states have stricter laws. blue states that have new jersey and delaware and colorado. they have way stricter laws than georgia does. >> sean: thanks. when we come back the white
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he is not a trained artist. hunter would not know 2 would purchasing his art either. the media refuses to ask questions about controversy surrounding the bidens. joe lied on at least 5 occasions despite mounting evidence of his involve with hunter's business including photos of joe as vice-preside with hunter's foreign business associates. the ones he said that he and hunter never at one time discussed. denied any knowledge. take a look. >> you have ever seen spoken to your son about this? >> no, i have never discussed with my son or my brother or
anyone else anything having to do with their businesses period. >> do you stand by your statement you did not discuss any of your son's overseas businesses? >> yes, i stand by that statement. >> sean: we have evidence to the contrary. joe chonca and greg we have the big guy. and hunter complaining about paying daddy's bills. and in photographs are joe biden vice-president and hunter and his foreign business associates. that would be contrary to what we just played. that would be in the world i grew up in, my father would have called it a lie. >> yes. let's be clear. this is not an ethics policy. this is a protection racket run by joe biden's white house to conceal what looks like hunter biden latest influence peddling
con. no surprise. hunter biden is a rock star, a greedy hustler and grifter who built a lucrative career runs cons. joe biden always protected hunter biden and is doing it again. the white house is concealing potential corruption crimes. people paying absurd prices for bad artwork to gain access or influence to joe biden. the ethical policy would be just the opposite. transparency. this is a shameless cover-up masquerading as ethics. no should be surprised.
it's not so much clever as it is devious. >> sean: joe chonca, the most honest media we have. i hope you get your own tv show with us on fox. you stand apart. thanks for doing that. i have asked this question many times. if the last name is trump and it deals with millions with no experience with burisma and the first lady billion dollars and chinese national shopping sprees and ties to the chinese military and you replace the name trump with biden, your friends in the media on twitter would be feigning out rage every minute
of every 24 hours day. >> apocalyptic is the word that comes to mind if there was donald trump junior or eric trump. what first time artist got $500,000 for a painting? this is another example of selling off the family name and the media yawning. it's the bias of omission. what is happening here and walter said this best. the purchasers are gaining access to government. the white house is making sure we will never know who they are. we are supposed to trust a merchant in an industry that is fertile ground for money laundering. think what an emboldened china means for the world or russ? we have major companies being
hacked time and time again. >> sean: but joe got caught. joe lied. hunter paid his bills. he met with foreign business associates. let me add one thing. we showed some of the hunter a crack addict art. i am looking at the art. i have zero artistic talent. you see that artwork right there. i could do that. that would be the equivalent of a "hannity" finger painting. will that go for half million dollars? >> no. i have been painting landscapes for a decade. my best work -- am not good -- my best work might fetch $50. >> sean: if i can do it it's not art. >> it looks like the bacteria under a microscope. it's hideous. hunter biden has never
accomplished anything in his life that didn't exploit his father's prominence in power. he has no real skills or experience. he pocketed million dollars from foreign entiies leveraging the name biden. look at the million dollars derived from country where his father was involved. >> sean: and vladmir is doing a cyber-attack a day. people in russia. chinese is talking about reunionification of taiwan. are the bidens compromised? after the break the blm chapter black lives matter declaring the american flag is a symbol of
it's a symbol of hatred. let's compare that to the tampa bay lightning won the stanley cup. congratulations to them. the islanders fans started this. i hope this becomes the norm. fans taking over the singing of our national anthem like they did the for the islanders semi-final and last night. congratulations to the lightning. watch. >> ♪ the rocket's red glare ♪ ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ gave proof ♪ ♪ through the night ♪ ♪ that our flag ♪
♪ was still there♪. sean you hope this becomes the norm, loudly and proudly. here with reaction larry elder and leo terrell is who supporting larry for governor if he runs. is there a chance that a movement has begun. started with the islanders. i would like to see every sporting event start this way. let the people take over the singing of the anthem. leo? >> well, i got mixed blessings on this. black lives matter utah is imploding. it's showing america how racist black lives matter is. i am glad they are doing this. it is tearing the country apart. black lives matter utah is
a small group. black lives matter when they we we black americans, they don't antic for me. -- speak for me. they don't speak for all black americans trying to speak for black americans. 99.9% of black americans support the flag and love it country and don't associate with black lives matter utah. >> sean: i mentioned this to daniel earlier in the program. i love sports and played sports my whole life. you go to games if it's football or the nba or nhl, whatever the sport is. major league baseball. you have a group of people from all backgrounds and races united by a common passion. that's a love of their home team. i think is one way for fans to take their sports back and get
rid of the politics that is poisoning what should be the most unified moment with strangers of all backgrounds. >> absolutely. as leo says they don't speak for black people. the majority of black people are extremely proud or very proud of their country. my dad was a staff sergeant marine. my father was a chump according to black lives matter. it's an outrage. this is a fantastic country. in the '90s, a man said is the least racist white country in the world.
it's an outrage to assault the flag when america has been so good for black people. we had troubles but struggled through it to become a more perfect union where barack obama could get elected and reelected in america for crying out loud. >> sean: this is the point. are we perfect? no. striving towards a more perfect union. leo, that's the goal. we made gains. we have more to make. we will make them. i just look at this as an opportunity that you can have people with a shared passion, a natural unity and you are ruining it. it's turning me off to watch any of this to be honest. >> i will tell you right now. sports is the great equalizer. we have the olympics coming up and 99.99% of the american
athletes will parade with the american flag. they love this country. >> sean: i want them to kick ass ass at the olympics because i want to win. i am not sick of winning. >> i will root for the red, white and blue. ben afleck sees an actor who is a republican it's hard to suspend disbelief. >> sean: where is larry's hat for governor? >> in the mail. >> sean: are you going to make him a hat? >> yes, i will make him a hat. >> sean: waiting for larry 1.0for a year. when we come back the woman responsible for showing explicit sexual contact to first graders
at a new york elite private school. she is the subject of the a "new york times" article defending this behavior. kayleigh mcenany weighs in. viewer discretion is advised in the next segment. m an actual neuroscientist. and i love the science behind neuriva plus. unlike ordinary memory supplements, neuriva plus fuels six key indicators of brain performance. more brain performance? yes, please! neuriva. think bigger.
and goes up in the air. >> that's know erection. >> i like to touch myself too. >> you have a clitoris that feels good to touch the same way way keith's penis feels good. older kids and grownups don't touch their private parts in public. >> they don't? >> that's right. it's okay to touch yourself but only do it in private. >> sean: okay. i am glad my kids are older. we are learning that older students at one of these schools was treated to a porn literacy course including discussions electro-porn. viewer discretion advised. >> these are all behaviors.
[muffled audio]. >> sean: the woman responsible for this is a sex educator who left her role at one. schools after parents expressed out rage she is back as a subject of a piece in the "new york times." here's kayleigh mcenany. you have a young child. i don't. thank god. i don't envy having to deal with
this as a parent. >> yes, thank goodness my daughter is sleeping right now or not attending a manhattans private school. can you pay 55 $55,000 a year where your first grader will be learn about this. if you are a junior at this elite private school, you know what that means. she taught about an an. this led one student to text another to say i am missing my advanced placement courses for. this is disgusting. >> sean: what are parents to do? >> i used to say parochial schools. even now you have to look at the catholics schools and things
being taught from. look at the curriculum. i will scrutinize the faculty and everything taught to her. >> sean: parents are stuck. the public schools in new york or it's expensive. they can't afford to pay that because the tax dollars are spent on schools in new york city. they average $27,000 per opportunity. kayleigh mcenany. thank you. more "hannity" after this. [relaxed summer themed music playing] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ summer is a state of mind, you can visit anytime.
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sport, loudly, proudly, unapologetically. ♪♪ through the night ♪ ♪ that our flag was still there ♪♪ >> sean: fans take over, every sport, loudly, proudly, unapologetically. please set your dvr. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham, she will be there sitting next to you. >> laura: i love that. i am so glad you are doing that every night, because that is america. what we are seeing and everyone hating on the flag, america is awful, racist, that is not where most people are. i don't care what they are teaching in schools, that is not what most people want to hear. i completely agree with you. >> sean: baseball, basketball, football. every sport. hockey, you name it, ufc. >> laura: yeah, parade. probably love your country, knowing no country is perfect and we always have to work on a lot of stuff, personally and nationally.