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bizarre moment from kamala harris in france. also, new development tonight with a report on cartel violence raging inside the united states as the crisis on the southern border moves north and asnc it spirals further out of control. but first, the trial of kyle rittenhouse will soon come to an end. monday, we will hear closing arguments and then the jury will be headed to deliberation. today, the prosecution asked the judge to allow the jury to consider several lesser charges. i guess they figured out what we know, that is, the case isn't going very far. they were attempting to lower the bar.at maybe they overcharged the beginning. some of these requests and the charges are still under consideration by the judge who once again the rate of the prosecution and again for good cause.
take a look. >> is that you are best picture over there? >> no. >> where is the best picture, please. >> you are asking me to give an instruction and i want a picture. >> it's the... >> you needd a big tv? >> sean: from bizarre, weird, pointless, we have a hyped up questions, allegations one after another of prosecutorial misconduct. prosecution has been a dumpster fire from beginning to end. now no matter what happens with the charges, the facts in this case, based on video evidence and there is a lot of it and eyewitness accounts, there was a lot of that is well, it is apparent that 17-year-old kyle rittenhouse was defending himself from bodily harm or even death.
in other words exactly what he was allowing for. the first individual shot and killed, a 30-year-old man named joseph. and he was a, convicted of sexually abusing five little boys ages 9-11. the riots in kenosha, he was in a psychiatric hospital and attempting suicide according to rittenhouse, , and eyewitness accounts, he wasit charging rittenhouse, assaulted him and attempted to grab his gun before rittenhouse ultimately defendant himself and discharged his weapon. now, rittenhouse was chased by an angry mob. we have shown you that he knocked him to the ground, tempted to literally curb stomp his head right into the pavement. now, one l of the individuals chasing him was a 26-year-old man name anthony hoover and once a convicted felon who once held his own grandmother and brother at knife point. he was ultimately charged with false imprisonment and choking his brother. later faced orderly misconduct
charges and assaulted rittenhouse with a skateboard and then attempted to grab his gun before rittenhouse shot and killed him. his life was in imminent danger. and a thirdd individual was sht but survived. his name is gaige grosskreutz and he pointed a loaded gun at rittenhouse's head. he admitted it under the stand under oathoa and pointed a loadd gun at his head, rittenhouse shot him in the arm in self-defense. now, this guy, a 26-year-old college senior was previously charged of a gun charge and charged with misdemeanors.th despite all of the facts in this case, the video evidence, the eyewitness accounts, the mob, the mediaes her friends in the democratic party, all eager to vilify and have been from day one, 17-year-old kyle rittenhouse. all made up their minds months ago before any evidence was
presented. they rush to judgment. they obviously don't believe in due process or the presumption of innocence. he was enemy number one from day one. >> the writer is saying about kyle rittenhouse, will the government do something so it took a 17-year-old kid to come in and to what was right and that is vigilantism. >> i can't even look at that. this is one of the worst i've seen. >> he committed murder or two murders and attempted to murder someone else. >> what kind of idiot 17-year-old gets a giant gun and goes to a riots, he has no training. he has no license. he thinks he will scrub graffiti off with his ar-15. i mean, the stupidity of this. >> when rittenhouse got emotional, it may have crossed the jury as a genuine expression of remorse, or on the other hand, maybe it was crocodile tears designed to elicit
sympathy. this is white privilege on steroids. >> sean: what kind of idiot lawyer would put him on a zoom call? the mob and the media and of course politicians rush to judgment and vilifying kyle rittenhouse but they are also angry at the judge presiding. over the case. why? because the judge has been very tough and rightly so on the prosecution, rightly calling out the dirty tactics all along the way. he also wore, oh, an american flag tie on veterans day in his ringtone was lee greenwood "god bless the usa." he made a joke about supply crisis. now, the media mob accusing the judge of being a racist m monster. in auditioning for a job on the fox news channel. maybe we should have a judge show, who knows, take a look.
>> the judges action during the trial so far now coming under scrutiny and raising questions about his behavior and demeanor. >> let's talk about the judge. let's play this because i've never seen anything like this before where a judge likes this. -- judge yields like this. but you saw the judge going bonkers. >> this judge yelling at a prosecutor. anyone in the way that he treats, i think it is problematic. and i don't think it is normal.g >> he made a seriess of decisios from each one perhaps maybe individually indefensible but in totality willie lead to an impression of a biased, racist judge. >> would appear as the judge is auditioning for the cameras and looking for his next gig on fox news or whatever, oan or whatever. this judge is going to be on the payoff. >> sean: remember in the twisted world the mob and the media and the democratic party, there is no presumption of innocence, zero due process and nono rule of law. just feeling an opinion and by
the way, they are usually long pier they were wrong on ferguson, baltimore,ju freddie gray and many wrong on uva. the duke lacrosse case, oh, remember that kid from covington high school? yeah, he will be a billionaire. and when their feelings and opinions derailed by facts and logic, it is racism. what a shock. everything the left doesn't like apparently as racist. everything every voter who doesn't vote the right way, we'll callnt them a racist too. every three years, four yearsve that is their playbook. every american that doesn't agree with them or every person who dares gets in their way and if democrats cared about what really happenedam in a riots, py attention to the 534 violent riots that took place september 2020. where is that commission, liz cheney? maybe they should start a commission. just like they did with the violent riot that we condemn
january 6th. they don't care about true justice were equal justice or equal application of our laws or the pain and suffering here they only care about the narrative. remember the summer of 2020? the cops were injured and billions of dollars in theft and property damage and arson and joining us now with more alan dershowitz with the book "the case for vaccine mandates" and with fox news legal analyst gregg jarrett, greg, we will start with you tonight. to me, this case is based on evidence. we've got witness testimony, we have a lot of it, most of it helps kyle rittenhouse. then we have video evidence and we've got a lot of that. an angry mob and trying to get away and you see that he's on the ground and some of it is about to take the foot and slam it into his face right into the
pavement in his life was at risk. then you have the prosecution's star witness and i don't see a guilty verdict on any charges with the exception perhaps of -- the gun charge. >> i think you are absolutely right. this is a case that descent invade the mic disintegrated -- disintegrated before the vey eyes of the prosecutor's and put on the evidence and headed to defeat their arguments to support the claims in self-defense defenses asserted by the accused. i think it is clear to made at least that the prosecutors in overcharged this case and i think they were under enormous pressure from the woke mob fueled by the mainstream media, and all the violence on the streets, the communities across the united states. most of all, what ishe important to me, the judge here is
scrupulously trying to protect the rights of the accused as stated in the constitution. there is prosecutorial misconduct. the judge could still declare a mistrial. he has one other option here, and that is if he lets it go to a jury, the jury convicts on the top count, this judge could actually set aside that verdict as a mistrial of justice and direct a verdict to a less account and in any case, massachusetts. we will have to wait to see but this judge is low to step in here and wants to see what the judge does. >> sean: professor, the judge is yet to issue on the defense motion, the mistrial with prejudice, what i find very interesting is i believe greg is right in response to public opinion, the
woke mob that was allowed at that time. i believe that they overcharged right from the get-go, and now they are seeking the possibility of lesser charges on some counts. and i believe as you said, they are likely trying for a mistrial. they want a do-over. go ahead. >> they will not get a mistrial. the judge wants a jury. the key issue here will be the instruction to the jury. there are two possible instructions, one, did this person act as a reasonable, mature adult? that is one possibility. the other possibility, did he act as a 17-year-old would act under circumstances he experienced? and the get case of -- there was was an objective and you have to make the standards for the particular person. but the biggest issue in this case is that the radical left
media denying due process, denying the presumption innocence, making you choose sides, lying, lying about the judge. i have been in front of more judges than all of these tv commentators together. of this judge is not acting any differently than any other judge over the country. they would be great prosecutor it's my great defense, great everybody. if this judge would rule in favor of the prosecution, i guarantee you that cnn would be praising him to the sky as they did in other cases. this is not just this. this is partisan injustice. this is an attempt by the hard left to influence the outcome of the case. not only the way they described the case, but by implicit threats that there is an acquittal, they will be consequences. they want the jurors -- >> sean: this is a scary thing. because they created an expectation of a result that
very well may not be the case. they did it without knowing any facts, without any evidence. now we are watching the prosecution might think, desperate. i think you are right, professor. i think the prosecution definitely wants a mistrial. but i agree with you, it's not going to happen. now, they are also pushing for lesser charges in the hopes that maybe that will get a conviction and they won't be as embarrassed, do you agree with that?le >> completely. and this is all about what the outcomes going to do on the streets. and that is exactly what the supreme court said, it shouldn't happen in the actual case, the leo frank case. if the shoe were on the other foot, civil libertarians would be appalled, appalled at how the media is handling this case. and they should be appalled. every civil libertarian no matter republican democrats, senators, no matter what. you should be appalled nott only
thumb but the elbow on the scale of justice that cnn and many of these other hard left analysts. >> sean: i can't say it any better. great comment on the push now forna lesser charges by the prosecutor. >> well, it's going to be up to the judge to decide how many lesser included if any at all. but these attacks, i agree with the professor, these attacks on the judge, m for vandalism is wrong. -- fundamentally wrong. you play the clip of the lawyer and he should know better than that saying this judge is showing his conservative credentials. that is an obtuse, ignorant statement.ud this is judge appointed by democrats. he has the longest-serving judge and highly respected. as i said before, he cares dearly about the constitution and protecting the rights of the accused on trial. that is the duty of every judge, and i refer every judge to this
one. >> sean: j thank you gregg jarrett. alan dershowitz thank you. here with fox news contributor leo terrell, 2.0 and tammy bruce.mm tammy, what is your thoughts on the case? do you believe the prosecution made the case with conviction? >> well, obviously not. i mean,n that is what is stormig around, including on social media with many recognizing and looking at the details of what is coming out of the trial. are completely contradictory to what the media has been telling them here they thought kyle rittenhouse killed black men they had no idea that the peep shot had been white. this is a realization that what had been presented by the media is completely and factually different than what has been the fact of the matter. thank goodnessf this is being televised. let me just tell you what i find fascinating here. this trial is a very good
example of prosecution gone wild. it is what the left used to care about. it was about, yes, having the defendant be protected. it was about even now, the left crows about needing reform and i agree there is bias in the system, and we are seeing it play out in this trial. for all americans. this is an example how things can go wrong, and shame on every liberal who is trying to jump into the pool here to shame this guy. it serves the narrative, serves the nature of what the left is looking for. god is this idea as mr. dershowitz, the notion of civil liberties. this is an astounding exposure of what is possible and what can go wrong and a trial. the judges handling it perfectly. and i would say it goes back to the best example the baltimore police officers. not just overcharged, should not have been charged him with the
jury exonerated them. and that jury is partly a target of all of this rhetoric, of all the heated anger and not so veiled threats. and this is what we have to deal with them i think. but this is an example of what we fight against, and shame on every liberal and leftist who is embracing the nature, not just end in due process,m but in end to a defense this case. >> sean: as a look at all the cases in total, and missouri, i knew because i had my sources tell me there were numerous eyewitnesses. they were wrong in baltimore. as to wrong with cambridge. he mentioned. they were they were wrong with uva. they were wrong with loduca cross, they were wrong on trump russia collusion appear they geh it wrong every time. they rush to judgment and create
expectations in a community and expect a certain result that likely is never going to happen. and then there is often, sadly at times, this overreaction. people can't believe what they told would happen didn't happen. but people told them, didn't told him enough evidence for the truth in the case. >> sean, it is very simple. they have no shame.ld and you are assuming, they don't have any facts. they lie. they have no shame. you will not get -- all those cases you mentioned, they are not embarrassed. because move to the next story because they have a narrative, to lie, their objective is to convince to get their objectives. people that this country is evil, this country is racist, this country is unfair to the little guy. they don't care about the little guy.tl they are just pushing their agenda to basically destroy this country. this is a perfect example of a lie that is being exposed in a courtroom. i have been a lawyer for 30
years, thatpl prosecutor is wro. -- the judge is spot on, that prosecutor is wrong. he has violated kyle rittenhouse's constitutional rights. the issue is this regardless of the outcome, the left will move onto the next case. the concern i have is the aftermath when justice is served because this young man should not beco found guilty of any first-degree crime whatsoever. the blowout is, will the city pay for it? will the county pay for it? will there be this riot or disturbance?st that is my biggest fear because everyone has seen this case. the left will ignore the facts. the bottom line is very simple: this young man should have never been at trial. it is a political trial propagated by the left. >> sean: very powerful comments, leo and tammy, both. more lies from the biden white house around the spending package.
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>> welcome to fox news life i'm ashley strohmier and steve bannon with two counts of criminal contempt of congress and bannon with a subpoena from the house committee investigating january 6 at capitol hill the department of justice with indicting bannon to refuse to appear at a deposition and one count of not representing a document. anyone who has gone to jail on such charges bannon to report on monday. and president biden and chinese
president xi jinping to hold a summit when they simmer down tensions. white house officials say they don't expect any major announcement, coming out of the meeting mr. biden to emphasize the importance of setting boundaries on certain areas in the country's relationship. i'm ashley strohmier, back to "fox news @ night" on foxnews.com >> sean: now most democrats tonight are still hell-bent on the socialist bending cliff and hell-bent on dooming what they can to deceive the american people, including doubling down on the bizarre talking point that whether it is $3.5 trillion or $7.5 trillion that they spent will cost you nothing, zero! it will cost you zero! look. >> build back better is not going to cost anything. we are paying for it. >> sean: you are not paying
for it. in a way that taxes get in a way of this failing biden/harris agenda despite the never ending calls to make the rich "pay their fair share" this pending bill to not raise taxes on the middle class. look at this analysis by the nonpartisan tax policy center. and remember, many democrats also want to sneak in a plan which would be a boom for high earners in blue states, in other words, they get to deduct state and local taxes, not a benefit in low tax. ask yourself, even if inflation surges and prices and energy cost rise. why are democrats so eager to spend trillions more? why are they so committed? could it be to get the country back on track, it would mean reinstating donald trump's policy, you know like energy and dependence, controlling our borders, economic policies that incentivize businesses to
invest. remember, donald trump warned us what would happen if the democrats took power. he was right here is a reminder. >> and yes, prices, about $5, $6, $7, darling let's sell the car. it's a little bit too large. let's get a compact. biden's plan is in economic death sentence. >> sean: not just on energy policy from open borders surrendering to the taliban and abandoning americans behind enemy lines. democrats are making this country less safe, more dangerous and the worst part joe biden himself knows it. just listen to this tape uncovered bymo justthenews.com f biden on the campaign trail in 2017. >> it will take a year to get the americanan troops out, you hear me now? that is the truth. it will take a year to get them physically out. now, if you leave all the
equipment behind, you may be able to do it in seven months. and you leave those billions of dollars of weapons behind, i promise you, they will be used against your grandchildren and mine someday. no great nation can be in a position where they can't control the borders. it matters how you control your borders.. i've been arguing for to put more protection on the borders. meaning that you have more border guards, a significant increase in the security at the border including limited where you actually have a fence. >> sean: here with reaction former hawaiidi congresswoman ad presidential candidate tulsi gabbard. would you agree with me that it would be a good idea to go back to being energy dependent? -- independent? >> yes, of course. >> sean: not many democrats agree with you. would you agree with me that we have too much debt and we really can't afford $3.5 trillion in new spending?
>> yes, sean, and here is the reality with the bill they are continuing to push forward is that our government is too powerful and too big, even as it is, this bill will only make matters worse. the provisions in the bill are so vague that it is unelected bureaucrats who end up deciding how theseon provisions are implemented and no accountability. and really empower them to stick their nose into every aspect of our lives furthering this cradle to grave mentality of government dependence that makes us lose even more of our economy as we t are paying for it. as government gets bigger, our walls are getting smaller. >> sean: you know has a look at the position joe biden is in in the mid-30s with his approval rating kamala harris i have a low 28%, i look att every problem they have. a look at the economy, if you lower the taxes that would stimulate economic
growth and i think that would be helpful. on the energy crisis we don't have to beg the cartel or opec to produce more oil. only to be rejected again and again if we go back to the trump policy of energy independence. and the same goes for the border. stay in mexico, build a wall, end the insane policy of process and release that joe biden has he is there any, any inclination in the administration or democratic partyst to stop joe manchin and the senator sinema that you see that would adjust, adapt, and change the policies? because the ones they were using or not working? >> it is hard to see people being inclined to actually look at solutions to the challenges that everyday americans are facing right now because they were so focused on the partisan kpolitics. they are so focused on saying, hey, that was a republican policy then,o it must be rejectd appear this is something, sean is on experience when i first
got to congress. if you were on the other team, if there was a bill being put forward by the other team, you got to oppose it. this is on both sides of the aisle, this focus on their own party, their own power rather than saying, hey, what's best for the people? what policy can we work on to bring about solution to the challenges americans are paying -- facing and we are seeing tht it is americans are suffering the most from this inflation crisis? and the multitude, they are carrying the burden on their back and d too busy squabbling with each other. >> sean: the poor in the middle class are disproportionately impactedli by higher gas prices on average about a $1.50 more a gallon. it will cost people anywhere between 500 and a thousand and more this year to heat their home, every item we buy in every store we go to cost more because it costs more to get it there.
it seems simple to me. i'm just looking for common sense solution. they say that they care about the poor and the middle class. why wouldn't -- what difference does it make to the planet if they extract the oil in the middle east or in russia where we do it in the united states? i think career energy jobs and we don't have national security's concerns with countries that hate us and we have low gas prices for the americans whom are peer that ise cash american consumer and that is great for the economy. why wouldn't we do that? >> i think we can look at a variety of options to move us closer to energy independence, but i think, sean, if we take a step back to kamala harris' quote with the clip you played earlier where she says, you know, this i multitrillion dollr bill, it's not going to cost anything. you know, we will pay for it. it just shows this detachment from reality. it is not going to cost
anything. so, then, what are we actually paying for and who is she saying that we will not pay for it? we, the taxpayers are going to pay for this. >> sean: you don't sound ash democrat for me. i hereby raise your hand, you're definitely a conservative. [laughter] anyway -- >> always a pleasure, sean. >> sean: we always love having you. the deep state as more russia lies come to light and a washington post with a major correction to the years of lies. congressman devin nunes, morgan morgan ortagus weigh in. straight ahead. ♪ ♪
theories. some in the media mob are finally having to come to terms with their massive lies.so fake news. the washington opposed today, finally corrected massive errors on the repointing of clinton, yes, russian disinformation dossier admitting they could no longer stand by accuracy of several stories. but now, ask yourself, what took them so long? we were reporting on this night after night after night and the only thing missing was sean hannity on fox news for got it right three straight years and totally vindicated. where are the admissions from the rest of the media mob? according to the durham indictments, the obama/biden deep state at the center of all of this clinton coordinated misinformation including biden's own nationalep security advisor jake sullivan. add to that what we already know. deep state and until officials
all willingng participants. they abused the fisa court system to deny one american, carter page's right to spy on a presidential candidate, presidential transition team and yes, president donald j. trump. the indictment also revealed thatat one of deals first time clinton operative, and of was working with a long time course, the compromise and a congenital liar adam schiff has been exposed more than ever including this exchange with morgan ortagus on "the view." take a look. >> you have to get permission yourself for years by promoting this. i think that is the republicans and people who entrusted you the intel chair are called to this. and >> i completely disagree with are confused about. your premise. it is one thing to say allegations were investigated and they were. it's another thing to see in advance people were lying, which
were lying to christopher steele is not what we are supposed to do. , and the misconduct is diminished by the fact people right the michael white to christopher steele. >> sean: unfortunately the unequal standard still on full display tonight after former trump advisor steve bannon indicted by the biden doj for contempt of congress. by the way, i have complete contempt of congress for most of them by the way for not complying and determined outcome of january 6 pro. where's the probe on the summarize of 2020? where are the indictment for james comey, mccabe and the horowitz report who referred them to some of the same republicans, conservatives, names you know that got arrested and charged with an even convicted on, strzok, page, the deep state cabal and their role what was the biggest abuse of power corruption scandal in history. p remember back in 2012 when eric holder, he was held in contempt and why didn't the doj indict
him? what about former irs learner. she was held in contempt and lois lerner. never charge but we charge steve bannon? according to multiple reports, bannon is the first person to be indicted for contempt of congress since 1983. of course, you are a conservative and you get five years for jaywalking. if you are a democrat, you pretty much can commit any crime and not held accountable for anything.ay now we know there is one standard for democrats and one standard for the rest of us. here withh devin nunes and along with former state department spokeswoman morgan ortagus. morgan, you get a scale of 100 out of 1 to 10 takingng down adam schiff,t they finally did. >> well, i don't know that i did that butf i think so sean. for me, it is important he get asked tough questions, quite frankly
should have been asked before i had the opportunity to do so. i'm very grateful for allowing me to ask these tough questions. and what was more surprising to me is that the congressman appeared somewhat surprised that someone was asking this of him. i had hoped and i know this was very naive of me, sean, i had hoped he would have been reflective and talk about what he has learned after reading w this dossier ino the congressional record, right, defending it and promoting it. that obviously didn't happen and the exchange and the rest is history. speed when were up to your eyeballs to deal with the corrupt congenital liar adam schiff. but where is every other news organization and where is adam schiff to be held accountable for all the lying he was involved in? >> well, that is one of the key , sean, the pulitzers and all these reporters want and this is
fine, that they have crafted some stories but i can tell youa there is many stories they have not corrected. of and there are stories that should be corrected.e we had this thing right the whole time. i think when you look at the democrats and the things that they have spewed, it is hard to believe at this point that they would still defend christopher steele knowing what we know now. that christopher steele wasn't doing anything other than taking fake information and he was hired to put out fake information. to say someone was lied to is just preposterous. it's not true. it is more deflection and confiscation of these guys are doing. if these news organizations really want to come aside where new and very few journalists were, there were only a few of you actually trying to dig into this, they need to do a lot more digging on what did the democrats in congress no? what didy they know about the steele dossier? i remind this one point, sean, and you you will remember this, harry reid,
former senateno leader, democrat in august 2016, he knew about the dossier.em of so it is unlikely that others didn't know about the dossier at that time either. >> sean: thank you both. straight ahead her own sara carter joins us in ou texas where she spoke with a rancher about the cartel violence inside the u.s. it is happening on our soil of arizona with reaction. ♪ ♪
exclusive interview at the southern border and sara carter spoke to a rancher about increasing cartel violence on our side of the border stemming from biden's border neglect, sarah. >> sean, you have been hearing for the past several days on ride along with texas dps conducting operations to capture people illegally trespassing onto ranches. these are not just ranches, sean, and you think of big, sprawling ranches. these are actually family ranches, there are people that live here for generations. their children to live there, darrell wives lived there. these are ranches that have been around for a long time. what they are seeing is incredible. think about this, king county has about 3,000 residents, 3,000 residents and we are getting 2800 lisle crossings onto ranches in this county every single week. in some cases, the people are tapping on the surveillance cameras and looking in it. i can imagine the poor, and not
-- the horror and not that, the crimes are surging along the border. i spoke with an attorney brent smith and he's a rancher and i want you to take a listen to what he had to say. >> brent,, one of the big issues that we have been seeing over may be in the past several months is the increase of texas dps said increase in crime and cartel crime on this side of the border. from murders to targeted killing, is that something that we should be concerned about? is this something you will see an increase across the country? >> absolutely, cartel's controls both sides of the border and the violence that they have seen on media and the reports, there is not much of a difference in cartel and isis at this point. and it is when you go over the border. when i grew up, i was allowed to go outside on the ranch and go play wherever i wanted as long
as i stayed in shouting distance. my mom had a pretty good voice and could holler at me but now we don't let our children go out unless they have an adult with them with a weapon. >> one of the most horrific killings i've seen and a long time is one that happened in october to a woman found on the rio grande on our side of theha border mutilated, left out, exposed to the elements. you know, i mean, they are worried there will be more like that.ts >> and there will be i'm sure. that is the ones they find. as you can see in texas, there is a lot of open space. those are the ones actually found. the ones we haven't found, we don't know about yet, but the violence is getting worse. >> sean, not only the rancher, texas dps, law enforcement officials across the board from the dea to the fbi are warning if the biden administration does not gain control of this border, things will get far worse and not just for the people living along the border but for people throughout the united states.
they are seeing an increase actually narcotics coming through and some new designer narcotics they keep a close eye on which they say is more powerful than fentanyl. i hope to bring those reports to you soon, sean. >> sean: sara carter at the border.. of thank you for that great reporting. here to explain more, arizona state attorney general mark markovich is with us. we are not following the rule of law. we areark ma not only not follot but the federal government, our president is aiding and abetting and lawbreaking. and seems little that the states can do to prevent it. is there anything we can do if the states capture people in the country illegally, why can't they send them back? >> you know, sean, it is absolutely heartbreaking to see what is going on. you are right, the state jurisdiction is very, very limited and that is why elections havee consequences. when joe biden and his enablers like cartel kelly are allowing the cartels to seize operational control of the border as sarah mentioned, this will affect not
only areas like texas, but this is coming to our neighborhood soon. not just the violence with the cartels but also with drug overdoses, addictions. we arere seeing record amount of fentanyl flooding into the country. and i know as a prosecutor we see the price of fentanyl fall, price of heroin fall and that is because there is more supply. this will affect our kids, all of ourec neighborhoods and shame on the biden administration and shame on cartel kelly for turning a blind eye as americans are dying in the streets thanks -- as a result of their they created this, sean. failed policies. we talk about the climate change and all the other stuff, that it is not a man-made crisis. this is a man-made crisis it was created by joe biden. >> sean: is there anything as an attorney general can do? for example, joe biden disperses illegal immigrants to your state. or you have them in the state,
can you send them to another state? can you send them to delaware? >> this is exactly the problem, sean, as you know the president is the apex of the power when you talk about national security and the border security. the biden administration it is literally refusing to follow existing law. refusing to file a lawsuit. in court and just accepted that case, the biden administration and sanitizing and monetizing people coming here. we sued some of the other states and we sued over failure to deport people. deportation orders. so we are doing everything we can in courtrooms, but the reality of the biden administration through the dark and hardened criminals into all of the neighborhoods. >> sean: attorney general, and mark markovich, thank you for being here with us. more "hannity" straight ahead.
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