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fox nation is accessible by going to tuckercarlson.com. the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. have a fantastic evening. and in the spirit of good cheer we are passing to sean hannity nine seconds early. >> sean: we have to face the reality. it truly is "watters world" and we are just part of it. it's all water's world. >> tucker: i'm okay with that. >> sean: congratulations. he has worked hard in its target we are very happy for him. he's a big part of our team here at fox. tucker, thank you. welcome to the special edition of "hannity." failure of the liberal elites. will expose the misinformation campaign on vaccines and covid-19 testing, treatments, therapeutics. we begin with the misinformation surrounding the democrats favorite and basically only topic of conversation and that is january 6th, 2021.
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for the past year if you turn on fake news cnn or msdnc it's pretty much all that they talk about. obviously they can't talk about joe biden successful programs because there are none. also of course for them it's not about the lawlessness, the violence on january 6. that we frequently condemned, that we condemned live on radio and on this tv show. they all but endorsed they fired up of mostly peaceful protests. anti-trump riots in the summer of 2020. dozens of dead americans, thousands of police officers injured. billions of property damage, arson and looting and sadly for the left it's not even really about protecting the capital and it should be. and the lawmakers that worked inside. it shouldn't be political. their outrage is political. it's about purging donald trump from american politics forever. that's it. liz cheney even said trump could never ever get near the white house ever again.
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wow. that would be a predetermined outcome. the american people, they will decide that question. this is why the january 6th committee is ignoring president trump's decision. we now know and it's been confirmed and corroborated by numerous sources right here on this show that donald trump authorized up to 20,000 national guard soldiers to protect the capitol. he authorized it two days before january 6. now why would he authorize it? everybody knew a massive demonstration was planned. everybody new tensions were running high in the country, and given what happened over the summer, 574 riots and all these people dead and all these cops hurt, every one knew that any large protest would be vulnerable to bad actors. we saw what had happened in the summer of 2020. after president trump approved up to 20,000 national guard troops, the chain of command works this way. it then became the
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responsibility of both nancy pelosi and the washington, d.c., mirror, mirror muriel bowser to approve the president's request and now we know they blocked the national guard assistance on multiple occasions. they refused to even call up the guard after the capitol police chief literally was begging for the national guard on at least six separate occasions that we chronicle. the question tonight is why. why, why not approve the extra security that the president allocated? why choose to leave lawmakers vulnerable with such a massive crowd that they knew going to the capitol and now we know that sadly the january 6th committee is totally uninterested in finding an answer to that question. according to the january 6th committee chair, nancy pelosi is off limits. she's the one that said no to the national guard. is that not important for those of us that want to have a secure
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institution? that's the people's house? that's where our elected officials live. we need to protect them. but nancy pelosi who said no to the guard is off limits? take a listen to the chairman. >> as you know, the speaker, she made a major decision. speaker pelosi's decisions, do you believe that would also be fair game for republicans if they joined the committee to investigate? >> well, no, i don't. >> sean: no, i don't. nancy is not fair game. really? friday liz cheney tried to tell us that nothing was off limits but of course cheney is powerless in this committee even though she is vice chair. in fact she is being used frankly is upon by the very same people as i've been reminding her, accused her father being an evil war criminal, he wasn't. a murderer. he wasn't. a crook. he was in. the same people who went
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unfairly after his chief of chief of staff, scooter libby, who didn't deserve what he got an donald trump pardon him. look at the make of this committee. it includes adam shift congenital liar, constant fixture of every anti-trump committee, the same conspiracy theorist liar who never accepted the results of the 2016 election, referring to trump repeatedly as illegitimate president all while lying about ample evidence of russian collusion. the same democrat who defended hillary clinton sturdy russian dossier and still does well after it was completely debunked. he is the single biggest purveyor of election fraud and lies in the history of this republic, and they are trying to tie donald trump's discussion and everybody that have questions about the integrity of the 2020 election, what about him? why is he on the committee? meanwhile congressman jim jordan of ohio, jim banks of indiana,
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they were booted from the committee by nancy pelosi. ask yourself why. because they would ask the serious questions. nancy pelosi, mayor bowser, they would have been held accountable. that can't happen. this committee needs to subpoena nancy pelosi if they are serious, mayor bowser, the sergeant at arms, the capitol hill police chief, they need to demand all their emails, texts, phone records. all of these people, if they care, about solving the problem and making our capitol safe and secure in protecting our elected officials. that's what i want them to do. this committee is not about getting to the truth unfortunately. nancy pelosi is off limits according to the chairman and safeguarding our lawmakers at the capitol, well, it should be a top priority. instead it's all about spearing trump and his supporters. are you or have you prevented donald trump supporter. anyone securing the capitol would look into additional fencing barriers.
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other security measures need to be put in place. anyone actually interested in the truth and what went wrong would subpoena everyone responsible for bringing in the proper amount of security based on the conditions. instead, they are demanding testimony from steve bannon? congressman jim jordan. who had no role in securing the capital. jim jordan noted in the letter to the january 6th committee and the chair "i am aware of no effort by the select committee to solicit testimony from speaker pelosi, house administration chair zoe lofgren, or any other democratic members with responsibility or oversight of the security posture at the capitol complex on january 6." the double standard confirms our suspicion that democrats are now using this select committee as a partisan weapon against their political adversaries and not to advance any legitimate legislative purpose. just another day in the democratic-controlled house of
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representatives led by oh, lifelong politician who is well past her prime and oh, every member on the committee voted to impeach trump. that tells you all you need to know. republicans should do their own investigation, and they should subpoena the emails. when they get the time to do it, i hope they do. on saturday, nancy pelosi almost pulled a full joe biden as she stumbled off the stage. on sunday during an interview, well, let me put it nicely pure chi looked completely out of touch and claimed that opposition to her radical agenda, vigil legislative contin of january 6th. >> there's nothing more important for us to do than protect our constitution and our democracy. the republicans, what they are doing is really a legislative continuation of what they did on january 6 which is to undermine our democracy, to undermine the integrity of our elections, to
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undermine the voting power which is the essence of a democracy. >> sean: pelosi specifically referring to the democrat so-called voting rights legislation. it would unconstitutionally federalize every election, and voter i.d. and make it easier for voter fraud and go back to the carter, baker commission after what happened in the year 2000. anyway, just as democrats in new york city, they have now made it legal in new york city for illegal immigrants to now vote in municipal elections. joining us now is a man officially running for reelection to stop this destructive democratic agenda, wisconsin senator ron johnson. i will admit you had me a little nervous, senator, because you have been one of the few that people can count on to stand by their promises and their principles every day and every night and i know you take a lot of hits for it. you are not going to run. why did you change your mind?
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>> well, like you, i like your viewers, i love this country. and i recognize that our nation is in peril right now. it feels like our nation is being torn apart. democrat governance is just a disaster for this country. the reason they are focusing so much on january 6 is they don't want people taking a look at the summer riots where we had a couple billion dollars with the property damage, 2,000 law enforcement officials injured, couple dozen people murdered in some way, shape, or form. they don't want to look at open borders, the embarrassing and dangerous surrender in afghanistan, the out-of-control deficit spending, rising inflation. the list of horribles is so long, it's hard to comprehend how much damage democratic governance has done to america in less than a year. this is a big discretion play on the part of democrats. the house committee is not seeking the truth. their alamo witch hunts.
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they should have wrapped of this investigation. the american people should understand what happened on january 6, there's a larger story to be told. i have done investigations. uncovering that more than three other people entered into a door that was open from the inside and walked into the capital. what else do we need to know and understand about january 6? what about the person who worked for the fbi? he looked professional. why hasn't he come under scrutiny? >> sean: i want to focus on -- kash patel was on this program, mark meadows was on this program. both were in the oval office with the secretary of defense, the chairman of the joint chiefs, on numerous occasions, they have told me that donald trump authorized, as the law requires, 20,000 national guardsmen and women to be utilized. now the question is, the chain
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of command then goes to the speaker of the house who we are now being told by the chairman, his name is bennie thompson, congressman from mississippi, that she's off limits. we can't ask her any questions. muriel bowser, not asking her to appear before the committee. they are not demanding emails from the three of them, the sergeant at arms as well. and the capitol police chief asked on six separate occasions. of 20,000 national guard troops, as bylaw that donald trump called up, would january 6 have likely not happen? >> of course not. it is eerily similar to what happened in kenosha where president trump offered national guard troops and governor tony evers refuse them. sokoto should burn for two extra nice and people lost their lives. so you stop writing by having sufficient manpower present to deter it. like in foreign policy you achieve peace through strength. you have to show strength.
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questions not being asked in terms of what happened on january 6 is what did nancy no,when did she know it we deny that manpower? we need to get to the bottom of it. the american public needs to know and i entered into the senate committee record that the chairwoman claimed was a conspiracy theory, it's standing the test of time. basically had agitators whipping this up, whipped the crowd into the violence. that needs to be investigated further. >> sean: senator, glad you are running for reelection. we'll have you on often. we are going to watch wisconsin obviously is a very key race, very important race. we are glad you stayed in it. we need strong, principled conservative voices in congress, and you have been one and i know the people of wisconsin see it. thank you, sir. >> sean, sean, real quick. i'm going to need a lot of help. >> sean: they are targeting
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you. >> please, ron johnsonforsenate.com. i need support because they are targeting me. they are out to destroy need. they are out to destroy this country and we can't let them win. ron johnsonforsenate.com. please help me. >> sean: you are the number one target, democrats are openly saying it that they are going after this election cycle. we'll be watching closely, senator. thank you for being with us. we turn our attention to the country of china for the winter all the picks are set to begin in less than a month, the malignant communist party is promising a green, safe, simple olympic games but as "the new york times" even put it "diplomatic boycotts increasingly the fast spreading omicron variant of the coronavirus may make safety and soliciting near impossible to achieve." get this. according to cnbc tonight, well, one major city is dealing with an undisclosed number of new high mortality disease
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transmitted by rodents. it's getting scary. what's going on in china? is it really a good idea to send anyone to those olympic games just a plea for health reasons? never mind the political and territorial ambitions of china. meanwhile back at home of the administration is dealing with a collapsing narrative on covid-19. peter doocy was on his game today and his questions about vaccines were dead on. take a look. >> i understand that the sciences vaccines prevent death. but i am triple vaxxed. you are. we both still got covid. why is the present it referring to it as a pandemic of the unvaccinated? >> you just experienced this, not to expose your public-health experience but i can speak to mine as well. i have been triple vaxxed and i had minor symptoms. there's a huge difference between that and being
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unvaccinated. >> will the president update the language to be more reflective of the fact the people who are triple vaccinated are catching and spreading covid? >> i think the president has said, as have we are number of times, that there will be breakthrough cases, people who get covid. >> sean: jen psaki had a difficult time expanding why the left favorite supreme court justice spewing covid misinformation. >> you been aggressive countering covid misinformation. why do you think about covid misinformation coming from the supreme court and sonia sotomayor sonia sotomayor's false cleanse over 100,000 children are in serious condition, venting on -- many on ventilators. speak i'm not gonna speak to supreme court arguments were statements made in the arguments. >> sean: hundred thousand kids, 750 million americans. peter doocy pressed jen psaki and why joe biden was so unprepared. we didn't see it coming, he
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said. >> why are you so unprepared for the need for testing after the holidays? >> peter, i'm happy to see you back and well. there has been a massive surge in cases, as you know and we are a part of in d.c. and new york and there has been an unprecedented, and other parts of the country as well. there has been an unprecedented demand for tests. >> the president talked about the winter. at the rate you are going, tests won't be available until spring. will you admit these free tests as promised are not going to be ready until after the omicron surge? stick i think i gave an update earlier that we will start to have tests up during the coming weeks very soon. >> sean: tests are not available. america supply chain crisis is still ongoing. empty shelves all across the country. it's clear to america tonight joe biden is failing at a very high level. thankfully in less than a year a massive referendum is now
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forthcoming. joining is now fox news white house correspondent, our friend peter doocy is with us. here's a quote. "if you get the vaccine, you're not going to get covid." the great dr. fauci himself. if you get the vaccine, it will prevent you from getting covid. do they have an answer to that? >> they do. sean, what we have seen over the course of the last year is that the vaccines are great. they were developed under the trump administration with operation warp speed in record time. they reduce deaths. they reduce hospitalizations. but they are not at this point with this variant the entire ball game. it's an administration that from day one chose to go all in on vaccines, every single covid event they do, they said the number one thing you've got to be doing is get vaccinated. that is great and that worked for a long time. we even got to a point for like
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two weeks where people who are vaccinated didn't have to wear masks. >> sean: christmas, every american couldn't get a test, and joe biden said, under donald trump, it's a travesty. we are in year three. how we run out of tests? never mentions monoclonal antibodies except one time in his vaccine mandate speech. then he mentions it and all of a sudden they have become in short supply. where are the antivirals that air raid doctor is raving about. where is operation warp speed for all three of those things? >> two things about that, number one, jen psaki alluded to it. i tested positive here at the white house last monday morning for covid. i wasn't positive that i hadn't because i felt okay. i wanted to get another test near where i live and i did what joe biden said on tuesday, just google tests near me. not available. they were all jammed up. the white house was telling me to isolate.
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this website they'd been promising it was going to be ready, they were talking about it weeks ago, ready sometime in january where you can put in your address and the administration will send you a test to the post office, that's not available either. they missed their opportunity to help people traveling over christmas and at the same time joe biden was on tv talking about a winter of severe illness and death. they have been preparing the transition in delaware last year. here we are. >> sean: first of all, we are glad you are okay. great job today. you are on your a-game, as always. straight ahead new guidance from the biden administration says that your race may decide what covid treatments you can get. leo 2.0 terrell terrel and former senator scott brown in new york's attorney general caught on tape admitting her bias against all things trumped bias against all things trumped and the trump family. eric trump will react straight ahead.
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>> sean: more disturbing developments tonight in the biden administration's efforts to fuel racial division, as we are now learning that the biden team is actually prioritizing race in new guidance to determine who can quickly qualify for access to
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life-saving therapeutics like monoclonal antibodies antiviral treatments, et cetera which biden hardly ever mentions to begin with. we only count one time. we have have these treatments available for 18 months. they were handed to him. all he needed to do is mass-produce them. so we can give them to everybody. in other words, warp speed monoclonal's. warp speed antivirals. he ran out of tests over christmas, same guy lecturing donald trump in the beginning days of the pandemic on not having enough tests. i'm course these life-saving treatments were not available because of his incompetent mess that we have, a cognitive mess in the white house. never letting a good crisis go to waste, according to a fact sheet from the fda, "medical conditions or factors such as race or ethnicity have the potential to place individual patients at high risk for progression to severe covid-19."
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making medical decisions in part based on race? isn't that racism? how about we just produce enough therapeutics for everyone for crying out loud. we are still are the united states of america. we can do anything. why does joe biden continue to downplay these therapeutics in the first place? how many times has he even mentioned monoclonal antibodies? only one time. then all of a sudden joe gets involved and for the first time we had never had a shortage. we have plenty of it. now he starts rationing ad. governors like desantis and noam and abbott have to buy their own. joe, last week he said it was a disease of the unvaccinated. wrong. you told us if you got the vaccine you won't get covid. wrong again. take a look. >> the various shots people are getting cover it. they are okay. you are not going to get covid if you have these vaccinations. >> sean: wrong again, joey.
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here with that reaction, leo 2.0 terrell terrel and former massachusetts senator, senator scott brown is with us. so senator, he is handed three vaccines, monoclonal antibodies and that we have antivirals. we run out of tests. we run out of therapeutics. we have these therapeutics for 18 months. why -- now we know that if you're fully vaccinated, you can still get covid. if you are fully vaccinated with a booster, you can still get covid. if you are fully vaccinated with a booster and natural immunity, you can still get covid to explain to me why they are not focusing on having enough tests available going into the holiday. they were given a plan according to "vanity fair." and of why haven't they mass-produce the therapeutics and why don't they ever talk about it? >> there's no excuse and it's a continuation when the biden administration said, president biden in particular, they are going to crush covid. it's not happening.
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it's the misinformation that's leading to confusion and it's no longer a pandemic of unvaccinated, as you rightly pointed out tonight. this is a situation where we need an absolute reboot. we shouldn't be classifying people on their race and ethnicity or their politics. we should let the doctors do their jobs as they have been doing for hundreds of years. rely on the experts, let them make the best determination but can we stop pitting people against each other especially with this pandemic and can the president and his team come out with a coherent plan that allows us to live with this virus which is going to be around for a while. continue to assess the risks on her own, our own family on our own personal needs, and work through this together. because the lack -- the incompetence, i should say of this administration, the misinformation by many different government agencies, it's leading to tremendous confusion for the american people and therefore a lack of trust.
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so my advice to the president is reboot. get rid of fauci. get a new team in there and let's work together get a new team under control so we can live our lives with the pandemic with the virus like we do with many other viruses that are been around forever. >> sean: i don't think you can have as epic a fail. leo 2.0 terrell, there is no excuse this is not readily available, tests, antivirals, monoclonal antibodies. there is no rationale. these are the same people in the beginning of the pandemic condemning donald trump for not having everything produced in the month but he got it done and we ran out of nothing. how is it he was handed everything and can produce? so every american would have access when needed if needed. >> donald trump handed him a silver platter of options, alternatives, therapeutics and vaccines and yet you have president joe biden, if you want
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to call him that because i think is being controlled by the left wing, he now decided to play race into the distribution of drugs that people need for covid-19. any doctor who uses race as a basis for handing out drugs or any type of medication should turn in their license right now. it's illegal. sean, emerson's joe biden has become president, he injected race everywhere he can. in our schools with critical race theory, in our military, and now he is going to divide this country on the distribution of therapeutics based on skin color when the number one obligation of a doctor is to look at the risk according to the patient. you can't have affirmative action and medical decisions. you cannot. >> sean: it's unbelievable. i have somebody to endorse. you see that there's a better member of the brown family running for office and that
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would be scott brown's wife running for congressional seat in new hampshire. you know, i don't know why you saved the best for last in the family, senator. i know your wife is going to do a great job and we wish her the best. if you get leo's endorsement, it's a guaranteed win. >> i want to come out there and meet mr. brown and mrs. brown. >> sean: you're going to come out, all right. >> i will be out there, scott. stephen leo terrell, thank you. scott brown, thank you. more history from washington in the store, the swamp doubling down on their january 6th obsession and their sham investigation, the one with the predetermined outcome and of course nancy pelosi is off limits and their obsession with all things donald trump. listening to adam kinzinger who is now trying to blame talk radio hosts taking aim directly at the first amendment and something known as freedom of speech, just like they don't believe in freedom of the press. it obviously bothers him.
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take a look. >> did donald trump reveal what the republican party is or change it? >> i think it's a little of both. i think on the one hand donald trump is a symptom of years and years of leaders, profit driven radio shows, whatever, turning to base into this angry, fearful, victimized group of people. >> sean: adam, interview pelosi and bowser. ask them why they didn't take the 20,000 troops. if your committee is really interested in truth and interested in protecting the capital from future attacks which is your job and we need to protect all our elected officials, you need to call them to testify. but of course the democratic party, they would never let truth or facts get in the way of a good narrative because this false narrative is being used to justify more intelligence abuses, more
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baseless attacks against conservatives. listen to this deep state swamp creature and that's disgraced former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe comparing trump supporters to domestic terrorists. this is a guy by the way that was referred to the ag for lying to the fbi. also fired. but nothing happens to him. he's a liberal. >> are you going to catch this thread if your focus is only on the traditional right wing extremists? quote-unquote fringes of the right wing movement. i think the answer to that is no and it's entirely possible that when the intelligence community and the law enforcement community looked out across this mainstream that the professor will describe, they didn't assume that that group of people, business owners, white people from the suburbs, educated, employed, presented a
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threat of violence. now we know very clearly that they do. >> sean: i am a mainstream conservative. i condemned the violence in the summer of 2020 and on january 6. we are consistent, intellectually honest. that is the same andrew mccain that got caught lying under oath to the inspector general about the leaks to the media in 2016, the same andrew mccabe who helped carry out jim comey's dirty work at the fbi, he helped dirty steele dossier lies to spy on all things donald trump. he's the one that said no dossier, no warrant. carrying out one of the biggest abuse of power corruption scandals and political history. democrats, their deep state allies, are hell-bent on weaponizing our justice system to smear all things donald trump and his family and his supporters. they are deranged. they are obsessed. for example in new york state, listen to the state attorney general. letitia james is doubling down
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on her endless investigation into the trump businesses. subpoenaing his children. as part of years long witch hunt. what did they find? oh, they have a company car and they give a scholarship and the company apartment, like every other company in new york. james has no interest in equal justice. listen to her in her own words while she was campaigning for the job. >> never be afraid to challenge this illegitimate president when our fundamental rights are at stake. i believe the president of the president of the united states can be indicted for criminal offenses. >> we are definitely going to. we will be a real pain in the [bleep]. >> sean: here with reaction to all the big news is eric trump. when you have a position as powerful as an attorney general and they say they are going to target a family, doesn't that
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create a situation that you need some type of recusal? >> it does and frankly that's why we sued her last week. i sat in this very chair talking to you while we were being spied on, the campaign was being spied on by the fbi. during impeachment number one and during impeachment number two and as they weaponized every system against my father because they so he created the greatest movement in political history and they can't help themselves. now he is in the driver's seat as the lead republican undoubtedly and they see joe biden is effectively handing him the election in 2024. my father wants to run and you have these prosecutors in new york state and they handed over to her and you have the teacher james probably the most unethical prosecutor in history of the united states. literally ran on the campaign, she said literally on video, we have dozens of videos, but i am going to go into office every single day, i am going to sue trump and then i'm going to go
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home. she ran on the campaign promise of suing my father because she didn't believe in his political party. she didn't like us. because the people in washington, d.c., told her to do that. it violates the constitution. it's unethical, it's wrong. you don't need to take it from me. listen to the dozens of videos where i'm going to get him, i'm going to get his children. i'm going to take him down. he is going to know my name personally. he's going to know letitia james. i'm going to follow his money. this is what you would expect from russia. this is what you would expect from venezuela. it is third rate stuff and sean, what really bothers me and the reason that i'm fired up about it, there was a little girl shot in times square last week. new york state is literally burning. it's been rampant with. people are leaving by the tens and tens of thousands for states like florida and literally you have the entire district attorney's office, the entire attorney general's office trying to look at every aspect of my
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father's life to see if they can find or manufacture a comma that's out of place to try to get him because they know he's the most influential politician and frankly the last 100 years in this country and they know they can't stop them in washington, d.c., so they have to attack them at home and they have to attack his family. it's disgusting. it's going to stop. it's going to stop because frankly we have assembled the best legal and ethical mayans and we are going to sue her for the abuse of power and that's the only thing we can fight back to sue her for this abuse of power. >> sean: we don't have equal justice under the law or application of our laws and i say that sadly. we are criminalizing political differences. i say that sadly. let me get your thoughts. we now know and most of the media is not reporting it, that your dad authorized as the law requires in the lead up to january 6th, 20, up to 20,000 national guardsmen and women to
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be utilized. the process then goes to the house of representatives. that would be nancy pelosi. it goes to the jurisdiction, also the d.c. mirror, muriel bowser. muriel bowser signed the paper. she would not call up the troops. nancy pelosi didn't call up the troops, head of the january 6 committee says nancy pelosi is off limits. they can't talk to her. the sergeant at arms, communication between her and the others. it's not being subpoenaed by the committee. that's why i say it's a shame committee with a predetermined outcome and we need a real committee that's going to ask questions and i'll tell you why i want the answers. because i want our politicians elected officials to a safe and secure and i don't want to ever have another january 6th and this country. we are better than that. >> there is no question. not a single member on the committee didn't vote for impeachment. every single one of the members on the committee voted to impeach my father. isn't it also really interesting that, i was there at the time.
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do you remember when they burn down the church across the white house. they were burning courthouses. police stations all across the country. seattle and portland in chicago and placing bricks on the side of streets in new york so protesters could throw them through windows. they didn't prosecute any of these people. where is that equal justice? you can burn down a church in washington, d.c., one of the most famous churches in the country, you can bring that down and you know what know is going to even be called to task for that but if you take a self in the capital, sean, it's wrong, it's wrong. i really hope kevin mccarthy, i think -- >> sean: not interrupting you. where is the committee to investigate the 574 riots in the summer or the attack on the white house. 60 secret service agents were hurt in that incident. your dad and family were brought down to the bunker in the white house. eric, we appreciate you being with us. >> how about the end of the rnc convention, sean?
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they were attacking senators and congressmen as they were leaving the white house. no one is investigating that. that's a problem this country. unequal scales of justice and it has to stop and people are getting fed up with a very >> sean: well said. eric trump, thank you. when we come back, alec baldwin in a weird video defending himself against reports that he hasn't handed over his cell phone to investigators. wait until you hear what he said. we will play you that bizarre tate and biden continues heightening from the press. kayleigh mcenany will react as this special edition of "hannity" continues. namaste... ...surprise parties. aww, you guys. dupixent helps prevent asthma attacks... ...for 3!... ...so i can du more of the things i love. dupixent is not for sudden breathing problems. it's an add-on-treatment for specific types of moderate-to-severe asthma that can improve lung function for better breathing in as little as two weeks.
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>> sean: and now as the investigation into alec baldwin's film set shooting continues, the actor went on a weekend crazed rant as usual. he found a bizarre way to connect this tragedy to january 6. >> any suggestion that i am not compliant with requests or orders or demands or search warrants about my phone, that [bleep] is a lie. the best way, the only way we can honor the death of halyna hutchins is to find out the truth. but setting aside all the heat, setting aside all the january 6th of it all, there it
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is. >> sean: here with the latest on the investigation, fox news legal analyst gregg jarrett. clearly he's a narcissist. how affected he is, like he's on stage with everything. why won't he turn over the phone, greg? >> he says he is cooperating but sean, the facts belie that. when the lead detective asked him to turn over his cell phone, as material evidence and their investigation, he refused. he said go get a warrant. she did. 25 days later, he has yet to produce his cell phone. he claims you have to go through newark authorities. no, you don't. you can voluntarily comply with a lawful warrant. he hasn't done that. he refuses to do that. he says well, the warrant has to be specific. it is specific. i've got a copy of it.
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it's eight pages long, details exactly what they want, all of which is material and relevant to their investigation, text messages, emails, video files, photographs, as well as private messages on social media. you can't get more specific than that. then he said well, you know, some of this has love letters to my wife on it. yes, but authorities have promised in writing that they will see you and destroy that information. the alternative, he could easily and quickly negotiate for a neutral monitor to go through the cell phone and pick and choose that which is responsive and exclude that which is not. one begins to get the sense, if you have nothing to hide, why are you hiding? is he trying to conceal incriminating information contained on his cell phone? or information on the cell phone that directly contradicts the story he told police or even worse, did he destroy
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information on his cell phone that's incriminating that result in obstruction of justice? this is a guy who has never been a model of wisdom, going on the internet ramped while you are under criminal investigation is not smart, sean. >> sean: gregg jarrett, thank you. now the ever struggling joe biden today once again refused to take questions from reporters. despite it having been a whopping 69 days since his last formal press conference. according to the ap, biden is finishing his first year in office holding fewer press conferences than any of his five predecessors at this point in their presidency. here with reaction, her best-selling book "for such a time as this," kayleigh mcenany. he has now done 22 media interviews fewer than any of his six most recent white house predecessors at this point in his presidency.
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i think i have the answer why. i don't think he's up to the job, and i think his staff, his family, everybody knows it in the world knows it. >> yes, exactly. why would you not to press conferences when you've got the most corrupt, most compliant press corps probably in modern american history. maybe obama's press corps was sick of frantically fawning over him much like joe biden's but why wouldn't you do press conferences? he doesn't have the ability. my question for the press corps is a lot of people don't realize the press corps is allowed to leave the briefing room and run up to the press secretary's office. if i didn't call on cnn or jim acosta or whomever. if i didn't call on one of them they would run to my office and ask why. are they running to jen psaki's office asking where the joe biden press conferences are? i have to guess no.
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he is not doing them because he simply has an inability to do so but we don't have a press corps that will demand a press conference. >> sean: the difference between joe biden and donald trump's donald trump could do his own press conferences in his sleep. that's a pretty big difference. >> yes. yes, exactly and he took questions walking, any time he did to air force one, to marine one. he took those questions. but still they treated him like roaring hyenas out for a kill despite the fact that he took questions. >> sean: i have sources that tell me no, not again. he is going to spend another 40 minutes with these people. i think he gave them too much of his time. kaylee, i don't know how you did that job. congratulations on the best-selling book. it's quite a time. we'll take a break and come back, more hannity right after this it works naturally with the water in your body to unblock your gut. free your gut, and your mood will follow.
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>> unfortunately that is all the time we have this evening we thank you for being with us we hope you set your dvr so you never miss an episode. laura ingraham is up next have a good night. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> laura: this is a special edition of the ingram angle. if that is the focus of tonight angle. now it is only january 10th in the web of woven by american agents of disinformation is beginning to unravel for all to see. from government's response to the pandemic to our military leadership failures and critical points in between, we see an elaborate effort to create an america fied

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