Skip to main content

tv   Hannity  FOX News  January 17, 2022 11:00pm-12:00am PST

11:00 pm
in his life. i' that historyav will treat him a lot more favorably than the aussies did. tuckeread.. yeah, that's for sure. it's great t to see you. thanks. thanksor a lot for that .. you bet. we're outwe of time. sadly, we've got a brand new interview with travis tritt. he saw tuckercarlson tom. you can get it for free. sean hannity takes over right now. we will see you tomorrow night. you know, without novak w djokovic in australian open,th it's not even worth watching. will i ?ne honestly, i'm not a boycottco as you know. it's it's ridiculous. i'm a man. thank you . t hiwelcome to this special editin of hannity after a historically bad capping off a historically bad year, joe biden's h presidencycy now on the ropes. things are going so poorly that even as one time protectors, the media mob, they're now beginning to takeak notee. look. at this headline from fake news cnn. you can't make it up quote is biden's presidency doomed? meanwhile, one article from
11:01 pm
axios titled biden's epic failures. it details a litany of biden caused disasters both here at h home and abroad. according the article quote a it's rare for a president to be at odds with republicans, with moderate democrats and liberal democrats alllleral the same ti. but that's where biden finds himself. in other words, nobody likes you, joe. poor joey. nobody nobody thinksei he's competent either. even msdnc top democratn chuck todd blasting biden for failing to change the tone in the country bring people together after his speech last week, former president trump and arizona. funny. h hee said that biden was more destructive than five presidents combined. now a new cbs poll shows that 50 percent of americans are frustrated with biden's presidency. only 25% are satisfied. you know, it takes an awful lotf of failure to get 75% of the country not loving what you're doing and fully 50%
11:02 pm
of the country frustrated at what you are doing. look at this graph from gallup. in just j one year, biden managd to flip america's party id average. look at this , a nine pointto democratic advantage to a five point gop advantage. the best numbers a for the republican party since 1995. donald trump 199 runss again jut needs one bumper sticker, maybe a few rallies and all needs to say is this one yet anyway? and what do they want in nineteen ninety five . that was when the republicans had been in exile out of power for 40 years. one reason fo joe'sic difficulties he rarely worksul a full week, even a full day. it's clear he's not up tohe the job because off his cognitive decline that is getting worse. he iss weak. he is frail on most days he hasn't even start work till around 10 a.m. typically calls a line between one and four in the afternoon. he averages less thange one publicic event today and of course you'll almost never seeee the leader of the free world working at the white house on ad
11:03 pm
weekend. he's almost always in delawaremo ,presumably takingst lots of naps. in fact, during his first year ,biden spent more than a quarter of his time in delaware. now during the week ofdu christmas , remember whenin covid-19 was surging to recordg highs? we didn't have testaverde therapeutics ran out. antivirals hadn't been manufactured. joe was nowhere to be found today while most americans were celebrating the amazing life of dr. martin luther kinggli jr. je biden amea again, it was once again enjoying a three day weekend in delaware and could not be bothered. they need to really b rest home this week because we're going to get a presser out of him and he has fewer press conferences than the last six presidents anyway in his first year we did however hear from vice president kamala harris. she is today's holiday to trash americans calling them complicit because the democrats so-called voting rights bill is now pretty much doa. take a look at last week
11:04 pm
the president and i visited atlanta to deliver a message. it is time for the united states senate to do its job. a landmark bill, as we all know, sits before the unitedsi states senate. the freedom to vote john lewis act as dr. king said, the only k normalcy he would accept is the normalcy that recognizes the dignity and worth of all god's children. today we must not be complacenta or complicit. working with praising joe biden wasn't not long ago kamala harris was ripping joeg biden f shreds, accusing him of being complicit during a primary debate. perhaps she forgot her own words will remind her to hear you talko about the reputations of two united states senators
11:05 pm
who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race in this country and it was not only that , but you also worked with them to oppose bussing and you there wasia a little girl in california who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bussed togi school every dayrl and that little girl was me. wow. now she was talking about whenn joe s partnered with the former klansman robert kkk byrd to stop the integration of publicc schools. publiclyjoe even said he didn't want public schools to become what was the word racial jungle's. that's right. his words, of course, kamala harris and the only democrat to shamefully exploit race to push a political agenda. it's used every election it used to be everyda t two years, every four years, every election cycle. democrats accuse their political enemies same playbook. they're racist. they're t sexist.
11:06 pm
they're homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic. now transphobic they want dirty air, water and they want toir take us back to the days of jim crow. and of course they want too throw grandma and grandpa in a t wheelchairdp off a cliff. today nancy pelosi said mlk thomas jefferson, george washington, abe lincoln would all have tears in their eyes if they knew republicans and two democrats were preserving f the filibuster. you can't make itil up.p. take a look. >> do you really, truly want to honor dr. king?in don't dishonor him by using a congressional paxton as an excuse for protecting our democracy has a monument on the mall along with abraham lincoln, george washington, thomas jefferson, all of them with tears in their eyes for their departure from our
11:07 pm
democracy that is happening right now unless the truth is acknowledgeded and this legislation is passed. >> if you think nancy pelosi's theatrics over the top, many other top democrats, they were worse', some openly accusing their fellow democrats. i would be christiande cinemalde manchin. now they're calling the fellow democrats racist and bigoted. take a look.oo people likek. joe manchin and krysten cinema, these are the white people that martin luther king jr. warned us aboutr . i submit that members of t the senate, regardless of their party, no longer have to ask what we would have doneve then we're doing whatever weha would have done then. right now this is a moral moment. this is a nineteen sixty five moment. >> they have sent this signal. they have been clear about it. they don't care about minorities. they don't care about black. they don't care about people in their own district who they're going to denyht they're voting rightss and undermined their voting rights. s
11:08 pm
i knowen robert byrd, the former senator , the late senator . i knowhe what he did in the latter part of his life. yes, he was a member of the ku klux. bututr the latter part of his l. he changed. so what i would say to you is that it is hurting people. the filibuster is hurting people. not to be outdone, hillary clinton now trying desperately to regain relevancy inserted herself into the conversationai using an mlk quote to trash cinema and mansion. i had hoped that white moderates would understand that law and order exist for the purpose of establishing justice and that when they fail in this purpose, they becomehe the dangerously structured structured dams that block the flow of social tha f progre by the way, hillary, where were you in the summer of 2020?ul we could have used your help anyway. quite a turnaround from the woman that once referenced african-americans as super predators. hillary is so desperate too be relevant kind of said recently democratic strategist james
11:09 pm
carville i actually know james like james have debated james. he's not a dumb guy anyway.ed he had advice for his fellow liberals, quote h you democrats, my fellow democrats, you whine too much, quit being a whiny party . that's an understatement. unfortunately,s i seriouslye. doubt they will take his advice. and here now with reaction is r the brand new host of the sevenf p.m. hour. we're very proud ofth our friend co-host of the five jesse waters along withh fox news contributor liow to point out well so far has notsof made the cut for jesse's first week. , but i'm lobbying hard for you, leo. i'm on my way. it's going to be hannity. i got on wednesday, not the first three we don't rate for the first show. go for first day, first day or a lawsuit lawsuit first. the first link has been making demands first day. just accept this is where we live. an injunction lost all. let's start. leo, you know a part of this if if democrats didn't use this playbook so often, i might be offended, might take it o
11:10 pm
seriously but it just rolls off me like water offff duck's back because they use it all the time. ig well, i'll tell you right now,ra look, the democrats have lied to people ofle color for fifty years. let me just give you two areas where they lied schools and crime. look at the democratic city and they have played the race card for over 50 years. they're in a nice sixty five time warp. i've said this for the last year and a half.is i want to be clear there is no systemic racism in this country. dr. king eliminated that with the voting rightss, the civil rights act and the fair housing act. but the democrats will keep reinventing the race card. you know what it is now isth critical race theory. but if youe look at the polls, it's not just joe biden is h shrinking in the polls. he's losing black supportg and hispanic support because people of color of all colors, they have their weight. they know they own d the democratic kool-aid anymorer . and that's why you see
11:11 pm
the democrats in trouble and very, very desperate. you know, just you forgetfo the playbook for a second here. let's look at other issues we have in democratic blue states, blue cities. we have crime wave after crime wave result of no bail laws as a result of get rid of the cops, defund, dismantle. and i look at that if you can't keep law and order people safe and secure so they can pursue urppiness, you look at systems, they'reer destroying our children. we spend more per capita on education per student with the worst results. now we're going to trust them to take over every other aspect of our life. the same people that bankrupt social security, the ones that said keep your doctor plan and save money. those people why do peoplepl trust a party that has lied and failed again and again? >> well, they don't.ne the american people have turnedp on the democratic party because the democratic party has turned on the american peoplee.
11:12 pm
we want to be focus on inflation and the economy, henot windmills and mail in ballots. and now that the biden agenda has stalled out, the democratic party's turning on themselvesng many democrats, especially black democrats, feel like they ocdeliver the nomination to joe biden. but biden hasn'tli delivered s anything to them.o so they're trying to denuke through their entire wishen list and are fragging moderate democrats with vicious racialer slander who don't want to go along with their destructive power. grab this you should crooked is getting in the trenches, which tells me she's going to make a run in 2014. nancy pelosi so bewildered she's invoking the founding fathers in a good way to shame her fellow democrats s. i don't think the shame game or the real question this way with manchin cinema at all, why do these blue states again they provide simple law and order safety and security or good education for our kids?
11:13 pm
keep it simple. everything about obamacare was a lie. keepbu it simple. but they keep getting elected in theseam same states and cities. >> why will they have a machine and addition? >> you know how that works. it's overwhelming. we go ahead to point to thank you very much. they have they have they have created a dependency. ie they have created a lie saying that there is a half of this country that is racist whites. the fakehi misguided the whole country on that terrorist t attack last over the weekend. why? because they want to focus on white supremacy is they don't want to focus on what's going on overseas with terrorism in the context of what's going on in this country. borderlessrder country. they want to keep that white supremacy card play and they're trying to point the finger at everyone else but themselves. the democrats are the racist organizations. the party of racism. jesse will give you the last
11:14 pm
word, will. biden has a pivotal news conference on wednesday. i don't think it's physically possible for him to do anything to turn this around. it's like me trying to dunk a basketball. i just can't do it. the scandals in his administration are gobbling up huge chunks of people's paychecks. it's getting people fired. it's delaying flights. it's making the streets less safe. it's literally hurtingal people it's not like benghazi, irs, whitewater. people sit back on their couch and they follow it on the tv and they watch the media spin. the media can't spin their way out of this . the democrats can't spin their way out of this . hebl is an impossible hole righi kenow and like i said, he is physically incapable of getting himself out. all right, jesse watters, again, congratulations on your new show, 7:00grr p.m. here on x leo 2.0. we always love having you here withit more is the great senator from the great state of louisiana. johnkennedy is withan the senatr
11:15 pm
. so we got a president right now, joe biden's approval index is minus thirty one with rassmussen donal's trump's worst with minus twenty six . quinnipiac has him at 33%. you see the vaccine mandate supremeda court didn't go along with it. we're watching the disaster at our borders drs. we're watching a 40 year high in inflation. the worst economic conditions. a dollar is worth seven cents i fully less than it was maybe ten cents less than just a years ago. energy pricesn a are up a buck fifty a gallon. we'll spend another thousand dollars to heat ourit homesh this winter. everything we buyinte in every store we go to cost more .or and i don't think putin and i don't think president xi and i don't think the ayatollah really respect joe biden orpe fear him one bit. well, two points, sean. no. one , the bad administration's effort's to get rid of the 60
11:16 pm
vote threshold in the united states senate is notn' about a senate that doesn't work. it's about bloke agenda that doesn't sell getting rid of the 60 vote threshold in the senate, in my judgment, would be like giving whiskey and car keys to a teenage boy who went to the biden administration has mismanaged covid. it has mismanaged inflation. it has mismanaged the border and it has mismanaged foreignd policy. all in one year. if aliens landed tomorrow and said take me to your leader ,it would be embarrassing. now president bidenw is tryingg to change the subject by talking about race and he is mismanaging that america is not perfect. americans know that , but they also know that we are good
11:17 pm
black lives have mattered to most americans for a long time . that's why we passed civil rights laws in 1866 1870 one eighteen seventy five nineteen sixty nineteen sixty four nineteen sixty 1990 1991. that's why we elected an african-american president twice. that's why we have over ten thousand elected to publicn officials in this country who happen to bepe black and present is wrong to say that tannen's of millions ofer americans are racists because they don't support his woke agenda. the truth is most americans don't think that much about race. they think about character. theyey understand that that sous have no color.ca most americans understandta
11:18 pm
that to a bear we all taste like chicken . and i'm very proud of the racial progress that we've made in america and president biden should ben too. and i feel very strongly about this issue. if you'd like to go to my website, johnkennedy .com johnkennedy .com. i've j got an article on there that i think is very interesting. and while you're there, if you want to help me with my reelection, i'm up at nine e months. i appreciate it if you care to. well, we we need people like s you in the senate. i will unless you want unless it hurts you then off course i endorse you. but part of my job as a member the press and a talk show host as i give opinion and i'm don'tpp up who i support support. and you've done a great job for the people of louisiana, senator . and i mean that the question now is this if we don't winhe back the house and hopefully the house and the senate, then this radical agenda does happen
11:19 pm
without cinema and mansion. ld all this power grab would havero gone through that andug the filibuster then we knowwo they'd pack the courts. then we know they'd bring in new green deal socialism. we know they want statehood immediately and every other power and they want they don't want voter i.d. and it's okay new york city for i illegal immigrants to votefo in municipl elections. soin i would i have a genuine fear if we lose. i don't think that will happen, but i fear it. well, i trust the americann people and the american people may be poor since the obama administration took over, butut they're not stupid. o and i think that most of them are sitting there thinking , you know, republicans aren't perfect. but the other side's now crazy and i don't think they support
11:20 pm
president obama's radical agenda. and i think they're going to speak very loudly this november just as they spoke and in new jersey and in virginia. if not, i'm going to have to head down to new orleans and drink a lot of those hurricanes that probably is the worst drink. ho it's probably the worst drink to have short of a long islandd from, a where i'm the bestoth not drinks to drink. but we appreciate you being with. im you'ree, welcome any time, sean. thank you . appreciate it. straightai aheadad , shocking images from the american border. american border agents taking fire from mexico.o. sarah carter has the video.ra the details and the fbi sayst that in fact jewish people were not targeted during an attack on a synagogue really? we have a report. and later, after being called a by fortune about the flip flopper, senator marshall released his financialor m recos and the results. wow. where do you hear about his connections to china? straight ahead, selling
11:21 pm
your home is expensive and stressful. so we set out to create a better home selling experience with a network of the most successful real estate in america. it sell your home for as little as a two percent commission. the icing on the cake would be ideal agent was that we saved twelve thousand commissions. we would definitely use our delays and it got the whole process was so positive for us. excellent, excellent service getting right to the point hiring ideal agent. i wish we would have done that sooner and we would have saved six months of you know, time and mortgage payments that would probably never happen. we would have just gone with him first. they were so stress free the whole process was amazing and i would definitely recommend that . we certainly recommend to our family over friends. it's just a great experience. we are not a discount brokers. these are topical agents that get you the best results.
11:22 pm
i'm jonathan lawson here to tellto you about life insurance through the colonial pain program. if you're age 50 to eighty five and looking to buy life insurance on a fixed life insurance on a fixed budgethr, remember the three p', the three what the three p's. what are the three p's. the three ps of life insurance on a fixed budget are price price and price a price you can afford a price that can't increase and a price that fits your budget . sb54 and was a smoker but quit . what's my price? you can get coverage for nine dollars and ninety five cents a month. i'mix sixty five retired and tae medications. medications. what's my price also nine ninety five a month i just turned 80 and i'm on a fixed income. what's my price. ur ninean ninety five a month for you to if you're a fifty to eighty five call now about
11:23 pm
the number one most popular whole life insurance plan available through the coloniale pain program. it has an affordable rate starting at nine dollars in ninety five cents a month. that'snt less than thirty five cents a day. ra you cannot be turned down because of your health. no medical exam, no health questions. questions. your acceptance is guaranteed and this plan has guaranteed lifetime rate luck. so a 3ba it can never go up fory reason. options start at nine and ninety five cents a month for free information and you'll alsove get this free beneficiary planner use this valuable guide to recordand your important information and give helpful direction to your loved ones with your final wishes. and is yours free just for calling. so call now for free information. call 1-800- two three nine three five three five for your free information and your free gift. that's one hundred two three nine three five three five one eight hundred two three nine three five three five . that's 1-800- two three nine three five three five .
11:24 pm
>> so call now i lost the weight. definitely wasn't feeling like myself mentally. it went from a difficult time for me. the picture showed this huge guy and i'm like oh my god, is that me having to ask for seatbelt extenders? that's pretty embarrassing. now is the time for you to try nutrisystem with food that is new for 2020 two. it's hard to even believe this food could help you lose weight on the scale you like. nutrisystem follows a high protein low glycaemic approach that keeps your blood steady so you feel fluid, you lose the weight and we to try a new premium with up to 30 grams of protein. and that's not all this new new restaurant are my favorite. i love the toasted ravioli and meals and snacks delivered free with a money back guarantee. i look at futures down. i'll go. you look good now and get 50% off all three i one hundred and twenty seven pounds. forty pounds forty seven pounds on nutrisystem ercolini eight nine one three sons to get 15%
11:25 pm
all plan to fox news half it has it all breaking news alerts opinion and all your favorite ows available as a business owner, your bottom line is always top of mind. so start saving by switching to the mobile service designed for small business: comcast business mobile. flexible data plans mean you can get unlimited data or pay by the gig. all on the most reliable nationwide network. with no line activation fees or term contracts... saving you up to $500 a year. and it's only available to comcast business internet customers. so boost your bottom line by switching today. comcast business: powering possibilities. the pandemic made teaching
11:26 pm
and learning really hard. but instead of working to help students safely return to the classroom, the san francisco school board focused on renaming schools and playing politics. and they've even saddled our district with a $125 million deficit. our children can't wait for new leadership. here's our chance for a fresh start. on february 15th, please recall school board members collins, lópez and moliga before our kids fall even further behind. as one of the best restaurants in the world. some m more big breaking news from the southern border tonight as our own investigative reporter sara carter is on the ground o in texas speaking with border agents about gunfire coming into the u.s. from mexico. and here to explain sara carters
11:27 pm
herself. sara, that's pretty scary because we know the gang violence, the cartel violence on the borderle within mexico hs been a disaster. now it's crossing the border. absolutely shocking. ee it'sn actually been escalating as the cartels on the mexican side ofre the border are fightig for territory. and why are theye fighting forte that territory? well,rr federalal law enforcemet officials and border patrol agents who are workingor that side of the border say it's because their hands are tied behind their backs and the drug cartels and the human traffickers really know v that the biden administration is going to do very little to stop. i want you to take a listen to chris cabrera. he's with the national border patrolh council in the rio grande valley where this incident took place afteraf new year's. a listen. talk a little bit about the most recent shootingt incident where some border patrol agents line agents were actually fired on . yeah,ir a couple of weeks ago we
11:28 pm
had some agents that were trying to apprehendndap somebody down by the riverri and shots were fired from across the river from the mexican side. on the other side struckk one ov our vehicles three timess and the agents were able to w gt out of there withdi the apprehended individuals that they had in custody and get them out of therevi safely. i mean, are you surprised that nobody was actually struck? yeah, very, very surprised. i mean, obviously they hit the vehicle. it's a big target but not that big, especially from that distance. so it's a fairly accuratent shooting and they're very lucky. our agents are very lucky t that they came out ofto that unscathed. but it is it is coming to a point where somebody is going to get hurt. and i think what people are starting to see on the mexican side is the federal government is not really serious aboutou protecting border and they knowa that we lack teeth so they're going to continue to escalate until something happens. what happens if the border patrol agent gets killed in the line of duty because it'sec so out of control? well, youou know, hopefully weap don't we don't see that it's happened before.
11:29 pm
and i fear that if we continue to go down this path, it's something t that we may see sooner rather than later sean. - they're very concerned. and as of this weekend i was talking to sources in guatemala who have informed mein that over a thousand people on saturday night have crossed the border o in fact, those migrants who crossed the border had escalated violence withat guatemalan officials tossing glass bottles and rocks at guatemalan law enforcement as well as their military. and they arereei heading towards our us southern border and border patrol agents say there is one incident after another and it's only a matter ofncid time before somebody gets seriously injured. all right. sara carter, thank you . now the fbi is under fire tonight for yet another massiveh failure rushing to judgment after officials saider this weekend's texas synagogue hostage crisis was, quote, not specifically related to the jewish community. take a look. we've been working close to a secure community network
11:30 pm
in the jewish federation and i want to continue to do that and ry will continue too do that throughout the country. we we doo believe from our engagement to this subject that he was singularly focused on one issue and it is not specifically related to the jewish community, but we're continuingbu to work to findco motive and we will continue on that path. ce now those comments ared completely divorced from realreality as we are now learng that the suspect took four hostages at the congregation. beth israel near fort worth reportedly demandeddhe the release of an alleged al-qaida operative who is imprisoned o in texas on charges of trying to kill american service members in afghanistan. the suspect was killed afterer n 11 hour standoff. survivors are recounting the harrowing moments, including a rabbi that threw a chair at the gunman to h help bring everyone to safety. but the fbi's conduct prompted scorn from the jewish community ,i would argue rightly so. one jewish leader telling fox news quote, trying to
11:31 pm
separate from the idea that are targeted on their holy day at their house of worship is i a mistake and it's insulting and disappointing. here with reaction, former arkansas governor mike huckabee along with human rights lawyer brooke goldstein g. ke brooke, i'll. start with you. i know you know a lot about this . bharara iss a former usfo attory for the southern district of new york , probably one of the most prestigious in the countryy. and he prosecuted the this woman sidiki, which is the motivation behind this texas synagogue hostage taker and was quotedmoim as say, you know, that she she was quoted as saying i want to kill as many effing americans as i can and other anti-semitic things and been radicalized after 9/11. so how do you possibly maket that statement with the fbi knowing the facts areas t on the record? ctthis person got eighty six years in jail. yeah, absolutely. shawn, thank you for having met
11:32 pm
on this issue. i first w want to say that the jewish community is incredibly grateful togr the fbi and to the texas swat team for endingor this hostage situation withouten any innocents dead. but i willtt sayi that i'm eqy troubled by the cover up that is happening right now as to the truth of the matter because the truth is an inconvenient one and that ismm that the jewish community is a minority community that has been targeted with violence and that hatred is systemic and on the rise and that islamist terrorism, not islamophobia but islamic terrorism remains a very real threat to the national security of this country. and the reason why the fbi and the mainstream media nowis that are taking advantage of this very poorly worded statement is engaging in these,e you know, mental acrobatics to deny the truth is because we have been victimized by aed
11:33 pm
coordinated bullying campaign by hate groups like the council on american islamic relations that you know well to slander anyone as islamophobic and to bully them into being silent about the threat of islamist terrorism and the hatred that really is inseparable with that threat. i have a hard time in this wokeness mike huckabee and we don't rush to judgment. i'm going to the comments of the of the lead prosecutor in this case in the southernrk district in new york. again,in this guy was motivated by this this very s virulent anti-semitic woman who made anti-semitic comments even during the trial and at other times. and i'm just trying to understand why they would rush out there and say something that they on the surface would
11:34 pm
know likely is not true. i do applaud them for what they did. it takes great courage to put your life on the line the way these fbi agents did.bo but i'mut not talking about the agents that went into l the synagogue to save lives and the other law enforcement talking about specifically the comments that are made when all common sense is pointing at the fact that this guy was motivated by virulent anti-semitic. >> i don't want to take anything away from the fbiaw agents who helped in the crisis. but let'say give credit where credit is due.t the real hero here was that young rabbibi who literalla put his life on the line and took action throwingro the chair in order to give those other parishioners an opportunity to get out. he very well could have died c because that shooter could have decided, okay,ou he has allowed them to get away. he's not going to get away. he's a hero.y he really is in . and i've got a question maybe
11:35 pm
i'd love to ask the fbi how are we going to expect to keep america hating anti-semitic terrorists out of our synagogues when we can't even keep them out s of congress? and a lot of this behavior is justified by people who sit in congress today and that is a tragedy. and that is by the way, the big> unanswered question is s as far as the law requires. donald trump did call up 20 thousand troops and they were not utilize when the chains of command went to the mayor of dc and went to nancy pelosi. that's for another day, brooke. you mentioned something that is now trueme and well documented and that is the rise of anti-semitism around the world to me it's getting chilling and frightening and i'm especially concerned g aboutal the biden administration, you know, taking its foot offly the gas when it comes to pressuring iran and easing sanctions on iran. i don't know if you marry
11:36 pm
radicalizes armed with weapons of mass destruction. i don'tro like the outcome or the potential outcome rate. and you know, it's sort of exactly what i was saying before in the sense that americans are now being bullied and duped into thinking that this whole theologically motivated terrorism stemming from islamist terrorists is not a threat and iran being the number one state sponsor of terrorism is very much a threat not just to israel, not just the jewish community but toth america and to a peaceful worldd . and when you. have groups like the council on american islamic relationsan who on the one hand are lobbying for the release of ladyon al qaidals and also at the same timeo telling their muslimm communities that zionists are the enemy and synagogues are the enemy. theysy are parroting that radicl language coming out off pakistan. they're parroting the radical
11:37 pm
language coming outca of iranfa and we're facing a very real problem that we need to be able to talk about freely and openly without being slandered and mike huckabee will give you the last word when you couple that with our open borders and joe biden aiding and abetting lawbreaking and and even preferential treatment. no covid tests, no mandates, you get a freeto ticket to the state of your choice. and we have people from over one hundred and fifty countries identified crossing that border. that's pretty scaryro. it is pretty scary. o the one thing that we can be grateful for as they didn't blame this on climate change are some groupe of right wing people. yount to make sure understand what i was talkingam about america hating anti. ta i'm talkinglk about people who are elected to congress, not people who show up to protest. e that's what worries me istu that we have peoplede who aid and abet this attitude behaviort
11:38 pm
and we need to be just very, very clear that there are people who hate the jewish jpeople and this is wronger and it's dangerous and we need to stand withou jewish peoplehe across the world, especially here in our own united states. t there are friends that our brothers and sisters and they areis under attack from thesese crazy radicals from acrosshe the world, you know, and they're even threatening to attack this country. the iranian mullahs pay close attention. i said this year of worry about putin on the ukrainian border. china p after the olympics. i think they will try to take taiwan and the iranians, you know, god knows what they're uph to. anthank you both, brooke. thank you , mike . thank you . more developmentss surrounding dr. doom and gloom flip flop pouchy kansas senator dr roger marshall published foundry's unredacted financial records which get this aren't available on the searchable databaseil, the u.s. office of government
11:39 pm
ethics web site. so it appearsrs faucio was beind misleading during this exchange last week. take a look. my financial disclosures of public knowledge and have been so you are getting emails, engli wrong information. so i cannot find them. our office cannot find them. where would they be if they're public knowledge where it is totally accessible to you if you want t the public? t iso it access to the public, to the public? right. wehe want you totally incorrect. so we look forward to reviewing . senator marshall tuckercarlson has answered you. it is public information . s he's happy to give it to you. if you were to ask senator moran what ? oh , really? wow. the great dr. fauci anyway, as it turns out, found his records can be requestedqu from the nihes but they are not searchable database like everybody else. on and of course, fauci isn't the only one under fire fordi
11:40 pm
his never ending failures. ou as former presidentt trump had this to say about joe biden's broken covid promises over the weekend. remember he said i'm going tomb shut down the virus? yeah, we have the highest number of cases. we had more deaths in twentyk. twenty one . great job, joey. take a look and it's a very sad thing. the streets of the democrat runs cities are drenched in blood with record high murdersnd and drug dealers and human trafficking. there are four times more covid cases. remember i'm going to get ridid of covered. i'm i'm going to tuckercarlson four times more cases than evere before. today the hospital setfo a recod brand new record. it was reaction. kansas senator dr rogern marshall. dr. marshall, turns out you were correct and it turnsop that there are someme interestig developments in those records. we know he was less than honest thanks to the intercept, thanks toce the nih his own materials
11:41 pm
and thanks to the emails we have from dr.r. fauci that in fact he knew more about the woman virology lab than he let on and the origins of the virus and nih money went to that luhan virology lab. what do we learn about his investmentss?? yeah, sean was i think we're over the target, you know, based upon dr. falsies defensive posture and just visibly shaken during that this weekend we were able to prove that dr. fauci was wrong, that he lied to congress, he lied toan the american people about the public accessibility of his financesit. but now we know why dr. fauci and his spouse made almost two million dollars during 2020. so during 2020 you recall if you were a bartender or a barber, you couldn't make a living. but dr. fallaci managed to scrape together almost two million dollars and as you you know, you alluded to earlieryo in your show a significant amountant of these investments r
11:42 pm
investments in china and hong kong i. sodr we're over the target. we're drilling down and you bought another great issue on dr. fauci funding viral gain of function. hope to get to talk with you about that someday as well. diddyy or did he not have investments in china? > senator ? yes. yes, he did. c he has significant investments in china through one ofl his mutual funds. did he or did he not lie to rand paul and a senate committee under oath punishable up to five years in jailn on the issue of gain ofth function research? did he have knowledge ofac that and did in fact nih money go to the eco alliance that inll fact funded that you absolutely. and he lied again when i asked him about a gain of function. dr. fallacy is the cash cowun in the head cheerleader for viral gain of function goingct l back to at least 2014 when president obama's administration put a moratorium on it? dr. fauci, continue to fund
11:43 pm
biodata function in north carolina with dr. shi to build a protein spike that took a sars virus that allowed it to stick to human lung cells like glue and then in eighteen nineteen twenty eighteenan nineteen continue to fund the wound lab. the yaeko health system to develop the deep you're on cleavage site which allows that virus to dump its guts into the cells. so yes, yes and yes. lastio question isn't dr. fauci one of the highest paid government officials in the united states government kind of close to the president? right. he's making more money than the president according to forbes fauci dr. she's making some four hundred and twentyy thousand dollars a net worth of over ten million dollars. and again, somehowow despite the economy being shut down, he and his wife made almost two million dollars in twenty twenty . all right. good workin 2. i think he owes you an apology, senator , but i wouldn't hold your breath. anthank you for being with us.
11:44 pm
all right. coming up, violence liberalg city spiralingou out of control. two innocent women brutally murdered in unprovoked attacksat in new york, los angeles. let's check in with congressmane byronle daniels, pam bondi there next as we continue to. hello, mike lindell and i'm here to tell you about my brand new product, my slippers. what makes my slippers different from those other slippers is my exclusive four layer design. the first layer is my 10% form which will help prevent fatigue and offer you incredible support. my second layer is a memory foam that will be amazing comfort and layer three is my patented compact shelf that'll help reduce stress on your feet and layer four is a durable outdoor indoor source. so you can wear my slippers anywhere any time a minor right now to order your very own pair up the new mine flivver euthyphro look good on your screen and save an incredible 40% off your my slippers order
11:45 pm
. you can enjoy my slippers anytime, anywhere. what i love most about my slippers is that i can wear them all day long and not have to change shoes. i personally guarantee first time you put them on they'll be the most comfortable slippers you'll. i'm mike huckabee, former governor of arkansas and 2016 presidential candidate. like many of you, i've struggled to get a good night's sleep for most of my adult life. i wasted at least two hours a day of my life tossing and turning, trying to shut my mind down until about two years ago. that's when i saw an ad on tv for relaxium sleep. i decided to order it and it literally changed my life. developed by renowned neurologist and sleep expert dr eric celebrity relaxium sleep is clinically proven to help you fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up refreshed. relaxium exclusive triple action formula addresses three key factors that contribute to
11:46 pm
insomnia. i like that it's non habit-forming. it's made in the usa. there's simply nothing else like it. relaxium sleep comes with a 100% money back guarantee so you have nothing to lose. in fact they're so confident it'll work for you. they're given away a thousand bottles today with relaxium sleep. i fall asleep as soon as my head hits the villa in the morning. my mind is sharp and i've got energy that i enjoyed when i was younger. both my wife and i've been paying customers of relaxium sleep for over two years now and i know once you've experienced the amazing difference it can make in your life you will be too. i trust my night to relaxium sleep and so should you try relaxium sleep risk free for 30 days. use a promo code on your screen for free expedited shipping call 804 one seven three seven seven three four visit try relaxium .com that's 800 for
11:47 pm
one seven three seven seven three four visit try relaxium .com fall asleep stay asleep wake refreshed with clinically proven relaxium sleep act now you'll be glad you did trust me that your if something happened to you what would happen to them. their home, their education, their future. you need life insurance and chances are select quote and help you get it for less than a dollar a day. select quote found jacob forty of five hundred thousand dollar policy for only nineteen dollars a month and select quotes found his wife wendy a five thousand dollar policy for only seventeen dollars a month. our secret that select quote we aggressively comparison shop to ten highly rated companies to find you the company with the best rates we found gary thirty five a one million policy for only twenty two dollars a month. why pay more ?
11:48 pm
give your family the security they need at a price you can afford text quote to thirty two thirty two thirty two or go to select quote .com now and get the insurance your family needs at a price you can afford select quote we shop you say laura come in with the angle you can trust. we reveal the stories pyles
11:49 pm
nearly yet another senseless
11:50 pm
tragedy tonight . twenty four year old ucla gradd student her name is briana kupfer. she was fatally stabbed while working at a los angelese furniture store in a random daytime attack. the suspect is believed to beo homeless. motive for the attack. sadly, it is only the latest tragedy in a city that refuses to take the issue of violent crime seriously. it's happening coast to coast democratic run cities. they are almost all becoming less safe, less secure, more dangerous. no law, no order. y in newor york, a 40 year old woman saturday pushed to her death in front of a subway train at the times squareni station. this iss happening more and more as well. the suspect, a sixty one year old homeless man has been charged with murder has along criminal history including a robbery conviction. ask yourself why are violent criminals being coddled and almost all are blue major cities? how many more of these stories do we have to cover before
11:51 pm
democrats start taking the issue seriously by the way, in case you're keeping count, twenty to twenty nine people were t i shot in chicago this weekend with reaction. former florida attorney generale pam bondi along with florida congressman byron donal's as well. byron, you know kamala harris, she praised the lapd when they started cutting and defunding that department. they cut a billion from the police in new york city has this defundor this mantle and no bell wall madness working out for the country. it's been an absolute disaster for our country because if you can't keep criminals off the street, you're not going to have safe streets. this is really hard. this simple stuff. da but they all have an agenda. their agenda is very simple isor to ignore the law in order to support their own interests. but these cities are less safe. kids can't go to school.op people can't gole to work withot having to lookk over their shoulder. you can't have a thriving economy. you can't c a thriving society f
11:52 pm
you're not keeping people safe. kthe democrats are wrongy on this. they've been wrong a on this.. the polling has shown they're wrong on thisy and it has to stop and it starts with these liberal days who do not want to prosecute people that the police actually arrest him.ol i look at this and i look at a kamala harris. she supports a balafon after they burn a precinct to the ground. not going to.re stop in the summer of 2020.e they shouldn't stop. they're notre going to stop. going to stop. you better take note and beware . they're not stopping. okay, and she praises the lapd ,you know, defunding part of the police. they're is there a causal relationship effect? well, of course you're you're not going to see any police officers supporting kamala harris sup nor joe biden. and she used to be an attorney general, which is actuallyer vel bad in the state of california that would happen, you know, of all day on martin luther king abhorred the type of violence that we're seeingg in these
11:53 pm
metropolitan cities. what's the common denominator? he c runt-l democrats cities, oregon, the ones in california, runew york . it's not happening in the state where byron and i live iss i that florida is a safe state because we respect ourur men and women in blue. we a respect law enforcement. we want to see them on the streets to keep us safe . and that's not what's happening in these liberal cities, at least in new yorkie you have a mayor. he's saying that he is pro law enforcement still and that he's going to add men and women of law enforcement to helpp protect new yorkers. but you know, he says it's perception. it is perception because youan need to put many, many more mene and women of lawn enforcementof in the subways, on the streets in new york to do everything you can. and i think p the problem he's going to have is alvin bragg, that district attorney in new york who's a source funded liberal woke district attorney who's letting people out of jail left and right, not protecting new yorkers. >> biram we'll give youyo the last word.
11:54 pm
look, i think that pam is l exactly right and i think it's a bigger thing than that . look, youni have these democrata running aroundbo, they talkingte about voting rights. but if you violated federal election lawfi, you can file a federal cause of action and win. but they're they're talking of voting rights. meanwhile, they won't evenhe kep city safe. it's outrageous and it's bad for all of our people who live in these cities, not just s odemocrats or republicans. i appreciate yous. both beingu with us. in this young woman, she's doinger everything right. she's working. gshe's going to grad school. shee a has a dream. she wants to be a designer and people celebrate the fundingople of police and is not working and they don't say, you know what , maybe maybea that'sba a bad idea. thank you both. what we consume more "hannity" right afteren a month in your medicine cabinet!. a. medicine cabinet!. a. let's on seapack and the number one post shortening brand highly recommend that last night campiness formula,
11:55 pm
a short column that can be stackpole power outages or unpredictable inconvenient and disruptive to your life posing a real threat to your comfort and safety when the power goes out, you have no lights, no refrigeration, no heating or air conditioning. your well or so won't work. your modern daily electronics are rendered useless. and what if the power's out for days or weeks or are you prepared? you can be with a general home. standby generator with the generic powers are well for refrigerate and if my seapack machine which are all things that we need to survive on a day to day basis with a power outage occurs, your interac home standby generator automatically powers up so your life goes on without disruption. you and your family are comfortable, safe and secure. generic generators run on your homes existing natural gas or propane and generex mobile link remote monitoring system keeps
11:56 pm
you posted on operating status maintenance updates and more generic generators are designed engineered and purpose built in the usa. generic is the number one manufacturer of home standby generators in the world. eight 10 home generators are generating with thousands of satisfied customers. we choose to interact because you see them everywhere after a hurricane the man wants to thank god we were safe. prices started just 1999 and owning a generator is easier than ever. federal financing is available with low monthly payment options act now and you will also receive a free seven year warranty valued at six hundred and ninety five dollars. call or go online now to request your free quote with one of general eight thousand nationwide dealers, the call is free. the quote is free and there's no obligation to buy, call or go online now. so the next time there's a power outage, your home power's power, your life with generally call or goe online to
11:57 pm
request your free quote todayho tony here from credit repair .com taken to the streets to talk about credit. talk about credit. can you yourself? yes. great house. how long does credit repair take? ng >> t i don't know, like ten years. ten years. what are you what's a good credit score? gota 600 maybe if you're trying to pay thousands extra and interest cut the confusion . you started with a free credit evaluation at credit repair .com. >> so your home is expensive and stressful. so we set out to create a better home. so experience with a network of the most successful real estate in america. it'll sell your home for as little as a two percent commission. the icing on the cake with the ideal agent was we saved twelve thousand dollars in commissions. we would definitely use ideal it got the whole process was so positive. excellent, excellent service getting right to the point hiring ideal agent.
11:58 pm
i wish we would have done that sooner and we would have saved six months of time and mortgage payments that would have probably never happened. we would have just gone with him first. they were so stress free the whole process was amazing and i would definitely recommend that . we certainly recommend that i really you know, over all our friends it's just a great experience. we are not a discount brokers. these are topical agents that'll get you the best results. do you have a life insurance policy you no longer need? now you can sell your policy even a term policy for an immediate cash payment called coventry direct to learnal more. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement but we quickly realized wese needed a way to supplement our income. our friends sold their policy to help pay their medical bills and that got me thinking maybe selling our policych a would hev with our retirement. i was skeptical so i did someld . research called coventry
11:59 pm
direct. they explained life insurance is a valuable asset that can be sold. we learned we could sell all of our policy or key part of with no future payments. who knew we sold our policy? now we can relax and enjoy our retirement as we planned. if you haveg one hundred thousand dollars or more of life insurance, you are a qualified to sell your policy. don't cancel or letou your poliy lapse without finding out what it's worth . visit coventry direct .com to find out if your policy qualifies or call 1-800- nine eight three sixty two hundred coventry direct redefining insurance. i'm bill hemmer. i'm there. i'm dana perino and this is the fox news right. america is with me for the first year with top news stories of and for letting a contrast perspective you won't hear anywhere else download a fox news onev and fox news podcast .com when you can watch it and get the latest news business news headlines on sirius any time anywhere fox news audio on america. he's listening sadly. or
12:00 am
unfortunately that is all the time we have left this evening. as always, you make this show possible. thank you forfor being with usr and remember, we, hope you'll set your dvr so you never miss an episode if you don't know how to ask for ingroup. in the meantime, let not your heart be trouble because laura ingram will tellot you how and give you the other news of the day is coming up next. all right. i'm sean.t first of all, these ski or do you snowboard either one ? you do either thang. i didn't hear the first part. t do i want a trick question? this is not a trick question. do you ski or do you snowboard either an out of control skier that would go down a black diamond mountain as fast as i could like a lunatic. but i'm getting old . my knees are a little shotot right now. okay, sold mr. crtv, my god, dos neither do i kid. you don't mention it. . okay, well okay. because i trust your judgment so after i know you'll watch

36 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on