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we better check our behavior. another shocker. alec baldwin has yet another run-in with the law. and reaction to the disgraced l.a. clippers owners attack on magic johnson. >> a guy goes to every city and has sex with every girl and then catches hiv. i have openly said in the past it's something it will consider. >> the florida senator is here tonight with answers. welcome to "hannity." tonight the search for the nearly 300 nigerian schoolgirls continues. they have begun flying surveillance flights to find the kidnapped girls. while we hope and pray they are safely returned to their
families, my next guest, like myself, has taken issue with the twitter campaign launched by the left. michelle obama posted this picture on her twitter account with the hash tag, bring back our girls. stein titled his piece "bring back our balls." it's hard not to have total contempt for a political culture that thinks the picture at right is a useful contribution. some pa gentleman jgentleman -- showed she cared on social media and that's all that matters, isn't it? terrorists, they likely don't read twitter. even if they did, it would have zero impact on them.
the only thing they'd react to is a bullet in their brain. here tonight to react, mark steyn. >> good to be with you, sean. >> it garnered a lot of attention, but the reason it has is because you have struck a chord. this is an exercise in feel-goodism over what would be effective. why did you take such a strong stand? >> because i think there's a danger of communicating to the world the united states is not a serious power anymore. when celebrities do it, when alec baldwin or beyonce issues a twitter, celebrity activists are doing it to put pressure on government. mrs. obama is the government. she's the wife of the government. and the only point to doing this would be if the united states was involved in someway of
actually bringing back these girls. if you're going to say, bring back our girls, somebody has to bring them back. realistically, that's american special forces, british special forces, israeli special forces, or maybe a couple others. there's nobody else that can get these girls back alive. unless you're doing something to bring them back, this tweet is less than useless because it communicates to the world you're not a serious power. >> they're saying, sure we'll give you the girls back, but you have to release the terrorists that are imprisoned. this would not be an easy military operation by in means. here's the next question. what should the u.s. involvement be in your estimation? >> to be honest, nigeria -- i'm
a child of empire. nigeria is part of the british commonwealth. david cameron, who also posed with this useless hash tag, should be taking the lead here. by some accounts, these girls have been taken up river to cameroon and to chad. you could be operating in three countries. my preference here would be for the british sas in alliance with the americans and the french to actually go get these girls and kill the guys who took them. i've no use for tony blair, but about a decade ago, when members of the irish regiment were captured, he send the sas in there to get those guys back and kill the people who kidnapped them. that's the point. not actually starting a great social media campaign.
>> if we could rescue these girls and get them back to their parents, if we could use -- i would suggest we only use overwhelming force, we'd need the element of surprise somehow. our intelligence is being used there. we had a reasonable success that our guys aren't going to get hurt in the process. i think it would be a worthwhile exercise because it is a battle against terrorists that are declaring war on the entire world, advancing their ideology, but that understanding seems to be missing in the administration, mark. >> yeah. that's right. this group has killed 2,500 people this year. they ramp up the death toll of 9/11 in the first three or four months of the year.
by the way, i entirely accept the argument that other people would make, that this is nothing to do with us. we have no interest in this. we should stay out of this. but in that case, don't pretend to care. neville chamberlain after hitler started his monkey business in the 1930s, he said who cares about czechoslovakia? he was at least honest in his indifference. g-7 leaders, the first lady of the united states should not be standing there as if the hash tag is part of american foreign policy. >> it's pathetic, but so is america's reaction in the ukraine and the ukrainians don't seem particularly nervous about the united states and the hypocrisy of arming the muslim brotherhood with f-16s is stupid to me, but doesn't it all go
back to the president's speech in cairo? man caused disasters. isn't this a naivete? >> it's a little bit more than that. the president has spent the last five years saying, who are you going to believe? me or your lying eyes? al qaeda is dead and general motors is alive. the fact is during all the time they've been using their lame slogan, al qaeda affiliated groups have spread throughout north africa, west africa, east africa in syria, where the president drew his supposed red line, and then presented it was, quote, the world's red line. iran and its client has just
won. bashar assad is back and secure in his presidential palace. they're sitting pretty and the president's red line has bled away to a big nothing. because in the end, having a fabulous tweet is not enough. >> i watch the left's reaction to this and they're shocked at yourself and people like me. rush limbaugh was made fun of by jon stewart last night. tell me what this hash tag is going to do to help these girls if we're going to rescue them. what's it take? then i'll get your response. >> so that's our choice. the quivering rage heap who is apparently desperately trying to extingish every model of humanity that was his soul. who should we choose?
why don't we tweet our votes to hash tag [ bleep ] rush. >> is jon stewart going to support the idea of special forces going in to rescue them? i would support it if we had a reasonable chance of success. i don't know if the white house agrees with me. >> i'd like to get those 276 girls back, sean, and hire them as replacement writers for jon stewart because they couldn't do a worse job than his writing stuff. i'm serious here. i'd like to get those girls back alive. >> of course, who wouldn't? >> i want them back alive, but a tweet and a hash tag isn't going to get them back alive. jon stewart should get serious. it's not about you or me. it's about the president of the world's super power reducing himself to a tweet because that's cool. well, a tweet works for alec
baldwin and beyonce and jay-z. it does not work for the foreign policy of the united states. >> hash tag get back our balls. good to see you. thank you. coming up, it's the video everyone is talking about. beyonce's sister caught on tape viciously attacking jay-z in an elevator. the tension between the two is nothing new. we have some insider information when we get back. also alec baldwin arrested today in new york city for riding a bicycle the wrong way down the street. is he in? is he out? we'll check in with marco rubio. that and much more on this busy editi edition. low prices, we can afford to take more trips this year.
♪ welcome back to "hannity." it's all pretty much anyone can talk about. the surveillance video of jay-z being pummelled by his wife's sister. while the video came as a shock to many, sources are telling fox news that the family feud is, quote, nothing new. they have not publicly commented about the tape, but last night they appeared in good spirits while sitting court side at the net's game. beyonce's sister has removed nearly every photo of his superstar sister from her instagram account. alec baldwin was arrested in new york city for riding his bicycle the wrong way. apparently he was cursing out police officers. here with reaction, tamera holder.
how are you? that's a statement necklace, suspe isn't it? >> yes. >> statement. sunshine, happiness. >> it's finally sunny here. we have to celebrate. >> let's put up the picture of alec baldwin. we'll start with him. apparently cursed out the police officers. he had the incident with his daughter and the incident on the plane. he's had incidents of beating up photographers and screaming curse words at reports. we have a montage. let's play some of them. >> thank you. >> did you hear what i said? answer me, yes or no? you're going to have a big problem. you know that, don't you? maybe you're as dumb as you look. >> you're the one who almost hit my wife with the microphone in the face. >> i honestly did not. >> do you want to apologize to her on camera?
>> i'm not apologizing. >> get the [ bleep ] out of here. >> you have insulted me for the last time. you have insulted me. you don't have the brains or the decency as a human being -- i don't give a [ bleep ] that you're 12 years old or 11 years old or that you're a child. you better be ready to meet with me friday so i can let you know how rude of a pig you are. you are a rude, thoughtless pig. >> i think he's a ticking time bomb. i'm glad he was arrested today. >> he was moving away from new york city. he didn't want the spotlight and then there he is breaking the law, riding down the wrong side of the road on his bicycle. the police had every right to
pull him over. >> do you see the helmet he's wearing? if he said, i'm sorry, officer. he curses out the police. what's his sense of entitlement? >> he's always a public nuance. when you move to texas, you should take him with you from new york. >> no. >> as a criminal defense lawyer, people don't get arrested for riding their bike the wrong way. he escalated the situation. he's a public safety risk. he's riding his bike into traffic and they stopped him and he starts this huge scene. >> he goes on twitter. he doesn't want his life to be in the public eye and he tweets these things. >> new york city is a mismanaged carnival of stupidity.
>> this is also coming from somebody who doesn't want us to continue writing about it. we're talking about it right now. if he was doing the right thing, he wouldn't go tweet about it. he's going against his own word here. let's go the beyonce sister, jay-z thing. roll the tape here. you have some insider information. what do you got? >> breaking news right now. we can tell you why they are fighting. everybody has been wondering for days what would cause beyonce's sister to act like this and why beyonce was not moving at all or kind of getting in the middle of it. we have learned exclusively from someone close to her sister it's because she was defending beyonce because she feels as though allegedly jay-z has too close of a relationship with a fashion designer by the name of
rachel roy. >> what do you mean too close? >> the source did not go on to elaborate. rachel roy is a fashion designer who is very good friends with jay-z. they've known each other for years. >> why -- i'm watching this thing go on and on and beyonce just stands there. >> i think that she probably was aware that there were cameras and she's trying to protect her image. she's a very image conscious person. >> if she wanted to protect her image, say, hey, we're in a elevator. we're being recorded. >> we can all judge her on whether or not she responded right or wrong, but there's a bigger issue here about people's expectation of privacy. this was proprietary
information. we're seeing this with donald sterling -- i have my opinions about him. >> fourth amendment. >> we have an expectation of privacy. do we accept that or abandon it? what is that? >> i agree with you. i think that they forgot the cameras were there. >> thank you. >> if they knew the cameras were there, they would have gone back in there and had them wipe those tapes clean. they have said nothing as of right now. just to point out, multiple outlets have reported that the sister and rachel roy had some words at the met ball later that night. >> this is proprietary information. you cannot just go in and start removing tape.
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i'm wasting my time, right? >> thanks for having me back, sce sean. it's not time. >> i don't remember people asking barack obama that, do you? >> i'm a u.s. senator now. i'm focused on this job. i'll have a decision to make at the end of the year. i would line up my resume against his at this stage in his career having served in state government. it's not a full-time job, but i did serve as a speaker of the house majority leader. i served two years on a local government as well. our republican party by and large has a number of people that are much more qualified to hold that office than the man who's there now. >> there's a slight conflict of interest. you and jeb bush are very close. would it impact your decision if
he ran and what are your thought about him running? >> you're right about the fact we have worked together for a number of years. when someone thinks about running for something like that, like the presidency of the united states, i don't think you so by taking into account other people's decisions. you have to decide whether you have a concrete vision for the future and ideas about how to get the country there. i bet you he would tell you the exact same thing. >> it was kind of unique and a little bit refreshing to me. you said if you decide to run, you're all in. you don't go with the plan b. i'll also run for the senate at the same time. >> i don't think the decision one makes is, i want to be in office. if that's the presidency, great. if not, i'll keep what i have. you are so determined to serve the country in that role, that's all you're focused on. i don't criticize anyone else.
it won't be about creating a plan b. >> one of the things i'm really interested about is the fact that the top ten states for growth and opportunity by 500 ceos in the country, they're all red state governors. it's your state of florida second. texas, number one. you have scott walker's state. you have louisiana. louisiana and wisconsin have made huge leaps since they've elected conservative governors. i've been disappointed that in washington republicans have not rallied around a consensus aspiring agenda. balancing the budget, securing the borders. why is there no consensus plan? >> that's a good question. we haven't had enough public figures running about what we want to do. i also think it's important for
us to outline, this is what we will do if you put us in charge of government. primarily that means positioning this country to have another american century. it's a more difficult place to innovate and invest. we've become an unfriendly climate and a growing number of companies don't want to invest here and create jobs here because it is more expensive to do here because of regulations and rhetoric for government. we recognize that you're hurting and your insecure. it's clear after the last six years that big government doesn't solve it. here's what we would do instead. >> what would be your top five agenda items? i'm not trying to put you on the spot. >> we have a number of things we have to accomplish. first and foremost is to keep
our country safe. the best way to ensure our military will never have to go to war is to have a military that can win any war. it's our number one obligation is to keep our country safe. number two, i think we've got to grow our economy. it has to grow much faster and more robustly than it's doing now. that entails having a higher education system that teaches skills to have them get a job. it means allowing us to have access to markets in a way that's fair. selling more of our products like natural oil and gas, these sorts of things. i think that's critically important for our future. you touched a moment ago on immigration. as part of that, as a sovereign country, we have a right to enforce our laws. we don't have a mechanism to do that. our legal immigration system
needs to be changed so it is merit based, based on economic realities. not the outdated system we have now, which is about family reunification. >> how much time -- i guess there's some internal debate. i don't like the fact we're being lied to. we've been lied to and manipulated on benghazi and rogue agents in cincinnati as it relates to the irs, trying to silence opposition voices, americans were lied to about keeping their plan and doctor. how much of an issue is that for you? >> as an issue of character, it's a big deal. if you have leaders that are willing to mislead the public, it tells you about where they want to take the country. they view the country as children. they have the medicine that we need to take to make us better,
even if we don't like it. if they have to lie to us about what we're taking, they're going to make us do it because they know what's right for us. they won't level with the american people because if they did, they would never gain our support. the health care law is a perfect example of it. if you told americans they were going to disrupt the health care system, that's not something -- if we knew the truth, it would have never passed the democratic congress. >> appreciate you being with us. coming up next, karl rove is clearing up comments about hillary clinton having brain damage. reaction to that and this. >> what kind of guy goes to every city and has sex with every girl and then he catches
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episode. hillary clinton wants to run for president, but she would not be human if this didn't enter in as a consideration. my other point is this will be an issue in the 2016 races whether she likes it or not. >> forget it. i'm going to get in trouble. joining us now our great american panel. happy birthday. i put jasper up to get ratings. >> and also to make me happy. >> of course. because you're a friend. jasper a ratings magnet for tv . 30 days in the hospital. is that true? >> back in 2008, i looked at john mccain's records.
you wouldn't believe how the left wing media was all over it. they couldn't find it because he was in excellent health. if she's the candidate, i have every right to look over her thousand pages of health records. >> who spends 30 days in the hospital these days? >> 1998, she had blood clot in her leg. i want to know if the two are connected. i want to know if she's on blood thinners now. you can run for election being on blood thinners, but i want to know. there's a risk of stroke with this kind of thing. >> is there a chance something deeper happened like a tia? >> of course. >> he never said that, though. >> there's risk of recurring
clots and strokes. >> karl and i have a relationship that was forged in fire. i saw from tom beavan this tweet that said karl rove says that hillary clinton has brain damage. this is going to be the news cycle. i got in touch with him to see what happened. >> at 5:30 in the morning? you waited until 6:00. >> he doesn't say brain damage. however, karl rove has to understand -- he knows he is the gift that keeps on giving to democrats. they will never believe -- no one on the democratic side will ever believe this was an innocent comment that every candidate has to submit their health records. that is true. every candidate will have to go through this. karl was raising a question, but he will also be tagged as
somebody who was -- >> george w. bush had one of the lowest resting heart rates. >> i think people may feel sorry for her because of all this. these are very legitimate questions, but we need to focus on the fact that it's not so much brain damage, but the fact that she's gone through american public life without leaving footprints. a u.s. senator from new york didn't enact any major legislation. her big project at the white house under bill clinton was hillary care, which blew up in her face. >> i don't remember bill clinton
ever giving his medical records. wasn't that big deal back when he was president? he didn't make public his medical records. i have my own theories. >> for all the candidates that he's looked at, the new york times and others, they do an exhaustive medical physical that -- i remember the john kerry one when it came out. it is a significant step because americans have to be assured that their president is healthy. >> john mccain, over a thousand packa packages we were looking at. >> does this person have the ability, the likelihood, they're not going to have significant health issues for the four years, maybe eight years, they're going to be president. can you tell that on average? you can tell by their heart or an extensive heart exam.
>> absolutely. to be totally fair, it looks like she's made a full recovery. we need to know what the risks are going to be if she's going to run for president. >> remember the left when chris christie was running for reelection. there were people on the left who said, he's way too obese to be able to run -- he could never make it through eight years. it's not unprecedented for people to try pose the question before they start running for office. >> what if those records include psychological notes? >> i think it's jermaine. >> what if they're on an anti-depressant? >> i think we're entitled to know that. >> remember under president bush, we had to submit the document that he smoked the
occasional cigar. >> i know that for a fact because i smoked one with him occasionally. >> there's a lot of aliases used on these records as well. >> poor, karl. coming up next -- >> what kind of a guy goes to every city and has sex with every girl and then he catches hiv? is that someone we want to respect and tell our kids about? >> that was donald sterling trying to clarify his racist remarks. instead, he takes another swipe at magic johnson. his full remarks coming up. all we do is go out to dinner.
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>> he's got aids. did he do any business? did he help anybody in south l.a.? >> he has hiv. >> what kind of guy goes to every city, has sex with every girl, and then he catches hiv? is that somebody we should respect and tell our kids about? i think he should be ashamed of himself. what does he do for the black people? he doesn't do anything. that's one problem i have. jews, when they get successful, they will help their people and some of the african-americans maybe i'll get in trouble again -- they don't want to help anybody. >> unbelievable. here with reaction, jim gray. will somebody just tell him to shut up? hire a pr person. i don't know even know what to say to that, do you?
help me out. >> there's nothing to say. he's incapable of listening. he's never listened before. he's not going to start listening now. he always wanted everybody's opinion and did whatever he wanted. >> you would think somebody would have gotten ahold of him and said, may be you should just shut up. that would have probably gone a long way to help him. interestingly, magic johnson, he's done a lot for a lot of people over the years. he's a good business guy. one of the greatest players to ever play the game. he had an interesting response. here's what he said. >> my whole life is devoted to urban america. i just wish he knew the facts when he's talking, but he's a man who's upset. he's reaching. he's trying to find something he can grab on to to help him save his team and it's not going to happen. the board of governors now have to do their job.
our commissioner of the nba did a wonderful job abandoning him for life. now the board of governors have to do their job. i'm going to pray for the man. even if i see him today, i'm going to say hello to donald and his wife as well. i'm not a guy who holds grudges. am i upset? of course. >> pretty classy guy. i don't think it could be said more perfectly. >> he's always taken the high road and he's helped so many people here in los angeles and across the country. his foundation, you go back to when he was playing -- a midsumm midsummer night's magic is the game he founded. he's provided jobs in all of these urban areas with what's he's done. he's gone out of his way to give back and give more and he's been a very successful businessman. in these attacks, it is just ridiculous.
why is magic johnson -- he takes a picture with some stranger and he has to go through all this. it's wrong. the nba board of governors got on the phone and they had a meeting this afternoon. here's what they're going to do. they're going to go through the process. it's the process now. the file has been opened of cla complain complaints. donald sterling will get the opportunity to answer them. all of this will occur before the end of the season. that will force the sale of the team. >> should it matter -- i thought bill maher made a poignant point. should it matter if people have privacy in their own home? should that matter? >> of course it should matter, but you can't put the genie back
in the bottle. >> even in his private home? >> he has made a ton of mistakes. he has a track record and now he's going to suffer because of that. >> and he didn't do anything. this shouldn't be a surprise to anybody. i'm running out of time. i'm not trying to rush you along here. a lot has been made about michael sam kissing his boyfriend. it's been shown on tv again and again and again. there's one player that tweeted, wow. or oh, my god and one other word. he now has to go to reeducation camp. that seemed a little odd to me. nobody knows what he was talking about necessarily, right? maybe he didn't think it was a good choice. >> at the end of the day, he
knows what he did. let's call it like it is. if he can play in the national football league and he can tackle the quartbaerbacquarterbt matter what his sexual orientation is. people come up to me and talk about sports every day at the airport and restaurants and markets. i have not had one fan come up to me and ask me about him. >> we'll see what happens. all right. good to see you. coming up, more "hannity" right after this break. ♪
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