tonight. i'm chris wallace in washington. join us this weekend for "fox news sunday." we'll have the latest on the charleston shooting and sit down with former governor rick perry and cardinal donald westerville. kelly file. tonight. >> looking back it had to have been ego. >> brian williams breaks his silence and apologizes. >> it is so clear to me i said things that were wrong. >> the disgrace anchor will go to msnbc. >> the south carolina gunmen allegedly confesses to the massacre. we'll take a look at his past. >> to walk into a church and kill nine people. is a new low in hate. >> liberals pounce. >> this type of mass violence does not happen in other
advanced countries. >> and politicized the senseless tragedy. "hannity" starts here and now. welcome, authorities claim alleged south carolina church shooter dylann roof has confessed to killing people. roof appears briefly via a video link for a bond hearing. the judge began the procedures by offering a statement to the community. watch this. >> we have victims, nine of them. but we also have victims on the other side. there are victims on this young man's side of the family. nobody would have ever thrown them into the whirl wind of events they have been thrown into. we must find it in our heart at some point in time not only to help those that are victims, but to also help his family as well. >> the judge then opened up the courtroom to representatives of the victims' families if they wanted to offer a statement.
as you can imagine, it was extrooex extremely emotional. watch this. >> we welcomed you wednesday night in our bible study with open arms. you have killed some of the most beautiful people that i know. every fiber in my body hurts. and i'll never be the same. tywanza sanders was my son, but he was my hero. he was my hero. but as we say in bible study, we enjoyed you. but my god have mercy on you. >> i will never comfort her ever again. i will never be able to hold her
again. but i forgive you. and have mercy on your soul. it hurts me. it hurt a lot of people. i forgive you. and god forgives you. >> earlier today roof's family offered a statement reading in part. words cannot express our shock, grief, and disbelief as to what happened that night. we are devastated and saddened by what occurred. we offer our prayers sympathy for all of those impacted by these events. joining us now with reaction radio show host dr. gina louden and dr. robert jeffers. al to me pretty powerful people would say they forgive him. i don't know -- i'm a christian, pastor i don't know if i would have that level of forgiveness. i know that's the teachings of christ. him on a cross and he said that.
forgive them they know not what they do. it's harder in real life. here's the question we have. he goes into a bible study on a wednesday night. even said that they were so nice to him he almost didn't do it. he knew he was going to kill these people. we're talking about getting in the mind of an evil mad man. now it raises questions, because i wouldn't be surprised if an insanity defense is brought up. he walks in, sits there with an hour with the intention of killing them. he wipes them out one after another. let's one survivor go to tell the world in all of this. are we dealing with evil are we dealing with a chemical imbalance? is this a psychiatric issue? he indicated on facebook and friends that he had these evil racist beliefs. what are we deal ing with here if we're going to get do the bottom of this? >> look over the last few days people have been trying to attribute these heinous acts to
everything from infusufficient gun laws to fox news. when he said he was surprised at how kind these people were it made me wonder if he had been in a church before. if his parents had taken him to a church. every parent's first responsibility is to teach his child that there is god. and that god has certain commands that we're obligated to obey. unfortunately, here it looks like that wasn't a part of dylann 's life. that's a tragedy. >> we have all these past incidents where columbine, sandy hook later on we find out these kids are on psychotropic drugs, some people make a connection. there was an arrest we believe for an opiate substitute.
that in and of itself can be addictive and has properties that some people act out this way by using the drug. do you believe evil is a factor? is this biochemical in nature? is this somebody we should have realized early on based on his facebook postings and rantings and ravings to family did they have an obligation to tell authorities? how do you see the mind of a mad man here? >> i see it very simply evil causes murder. not only does evil cause murder denial of evil causes murder. we have created such -- >> when you say evil are you talking about principalities of darkness evil -- >> i really am. >> good and evil? >> absolutely. i not only believe that. i believe it's the missing link. you have to remember how many socialio paths function every single day in society in your business my business in every realm of society. they don't do this. what's the missing link?
no psychologist can give an answer to why certain people snapped. a pill isn't going to fix it. counseling session isn't going to fix it. we have to recognize the acts of evil in our culture today. >> it seems wide spread. dr. jeffers, he had on his facebook page -- we can go back and see all the signs that were missed. that happens almost every time. he is displaying the apartheid flag of south africa. he has another flag of white ruled rodeeshia before it became sim zimbabwe. his roommate said he wanted to star a start a civil war. he said he was going to do something like this. are we missing the signs and symptoms? >> i saw a tragic headline in the washington post that said a
life that went quietly off track. look i don't want to blame the parents. i'm sure they are experiencing tremendous heart ache. every parent has the ability to cultivate his child's heart. if we leave our child's heart alone they become overgrown with evil and sin. yes, people missed the sign in his life. i agree with our other guest. evil is real. you know jesus called satan a murderer. jesus interacted with satan. if satan and demons aren't real then jesus was a paranoid schizophrenic. i believe in mental illness that leads to some evil but i believe in many more cases, it is evil that leads to mental illness. >> well put. >> the chicken and the egg. doctor why in so many instances do we see psychotropic drugs have been used?
in this there was an indication there might have been an opiate addiction of some kind. >> i'm not a psychiatrist i have spent 20 years studying psychology. i can tell you that it is -- i would say, sean that really the denial of evil in our culture has led to this more than any other factor. if you look at the statement of his friend he said he knew he was threatening all these things. he had a plan. told people he was going to do this. his friend's response? i don't judge people so i didn't tell anyone. we have political correctness that caused this. >> do we have to look at the medications? do we have to look how we're treating people that are showing signs, that they're not coping properly in life? are we overprescribing? do we even know the real side effects of these drugs on certain individuals? because the rate of incidence of
these shooters and the drug use and the connection is undeniable. i don't know in this case. i wouldn't be surprised. do we have to look at that? >> go ahead. >> pardon me. >> i think god gives medication to heal some illnesses. i think like you, when our other guest said deny the reality of evil you want to use medicine to solve every probablelem and it doesn't. >> the diagnostics and statistics manual could render all of us 50% of our society, labelled mentally ill. then what are the implications? because people want to medicalize it and say it's a sickness. the doctors want to make a buck. the psychologists want to say they can solve it. they want to politicize this. soros has put a lot of money
into the politization of these instances. in reality, we don't have the answers. and so since we don't have the answers, why can we not recognize as a culture that the separation of god from our society isn't working. and it needs to change. >> that's right. >> we have to leave it right there. we appreciate your time. when we come back later on in the program, by the way, why is the -- why did hillary clinton, why is it race to politicize tragedy? first. >> hold me to account. judge me by as harsh a standard as you wish. many already have. that's fair. >> disgraced nbc news host brian williams breaks his silence. we have a panel with reaction and much more from south carolina. straight ahead. h
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welcome back to "hannity" brian williams has been banished to msnbc. this comes months after he was discovered to have greatly exaggerated and misreported multiple stories. after an extended period of time out of the public eye. brian williams came out of hiding. he broke his silence as he spoke to matt lauer about his demotion. >> i was reading these newspaper stories, not liking the person i was reading about. i would have given anything to get to the end of the story and have it be someone else. but it was about me. it had to have been ego that made me think i had to be sharper, funnier, quicker than anybody else. this was clearly ego driven the
desire to better my role in a story i was already in. all i can tell people is hold me to account, judge me by as harsh a standard as you wish. many already have. that's fair. >> joining me now with reaction tucker carlson, kirsten powers and charles gaspariono. i found this painful to watch. >> i think he did as good as you could do. he did too much psychology. it might have helped himself if he said i lied and screwed up and ended it right there. >> you know what i think the reason he didn't say it. i think when he said it he thought he was lying.
>> i was thinking about that. from a business standpoint it's hard to put someone on air who admits they lied. what nbc did was a brilliant business move. you beach him. he doesn't quite say he's a liar. he has some credibility. you get something out of him. >> he'll never be back in that chair? >> never. at least they're getting something out of it they pay him $10 million. >> i'm forforgiveness. i think he'll have more fun on cable news. i think he'll find it liberating. i'd be worried if i were one of the professional blow hearts on msnbc. it's not working. i think they'll fire a bunch of those guys. brian williams is probably liberal. this is a total change. >> that's the worst thing you
could have said to him. you just ruined any chance of a come back here. >> i don't think he's an unreasonable person. >> yeah. exactly. you know kirsten, i'm probably going to surprise you in what i say. i had enough of this take your foot off the guy's neck. he said he's sorry. he's apologized. he wants a second chance. i believe in forgiveness. i think he's been through a lot of pain. enough already. what do you say? >> i agree with you, completely. it doesn't surprise me you would say that. i think we're probably all in agreement here. he has been punished. he's been demoted. tucker thinks it's an upgrade. i think it is a demotion. at least in his eyes. he should be given a second chance. >> it's a demotion as much as there's five people watching and they're all liberal. >> he does have a chance to make it up. he has a chance to prove what he was. i know brian, i used to work at
cnbc. so i knew him. he's a decent guy. >> everybody said that. he's a funny guy. a big story teller. >> a decent news man. he does have a chance to bring his career back. >> maybe analyze this a little bit. i think we can all agree we can mention people. i said i don't think fame is healthy. it's unnatural for people. it's an ego driven business. here's him talking about the helicopter and he talks about new orleans in an interview with michaelizener. let's examine why he did this. >> two of our four helicopters were hit including the one i was in. so we got hit, sat down. everyone was okay our captain took a purple heart injury in his ear. we were alone. >> when you look out of your hotel room window in the french quarter and watch a man float by face down when you see bodies that you last saw in bonda
a..ase indonesia and swore to yourself you would never see in your country. >> i accidently ingested some of the flood water. i became very sick with dysentery. our hotel was overrun with gangs. i was rescued in the stair well of a five star hotel in new orleans. >> tucker i'm trying to analyze this. and none of what he said there is true. it's provably false in every case. so as you analyze this is it just that his ego got the best of him, the same failing every human being has? >> magnified. it's like watching a sting tape. it's watching man unclothed in a bad way. it's sad. i don't want to watch it again. it makes me feel sad for him. tv is bad for your soul because it makes you focus on you. anytime the focus is on you it's not good for you. unless you have a strong family
and a lot of people to ground you you end up becoming a pompous jerk. >> there's a tight rope you walk. it's news. i think if he was to be real honest he was trying -- he would say i was trying to be entertaining in doing that. i lied. and that's what he was doing. that's the sort of -- that's the tight rope that we all walk. >> i guess that's the ego part kirsten, right? he wanted to make himself bigger than he was? >> that's exactly it. i think maybe the reason he wanted to do that he doesn't have as much reporting experience as his predecessor. we have associated our evening anchors have been previously been people who were in war zones. maybe he felt insecure about it. al the one thing, criticism i will make. i think he should be doing interviews outside of nbc. i don't think you go and get --
>> i agree. i think he should come on this show. >> really. >> that would be nice. >> if you want to have credibility, you're going to have to go outside of talking to the people who pay your paycheck. >> i don't think matt lauer threw him softballs. >> i thought it was a fair interview. guys thank you all. more on the brian williams fallout. would you forgive him? also check in with lieutenant colonel oliver north. he'll weigh in. later tonight. >> i've had to make statements like this too many times. once again, innocent people were killed in part because someone who wanted to inflict harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun. >> the president, he's blaming guns. liberals politicizing this. the race to politicize the senseless south carolina church shooting tragedy. talk radio, fox news guns donald trump, they're always blaming somebody.
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i said things that were wrong. looking back with such clarity now, it is so clear to me i said things that were wrong. i told stories that were wrong. it wasn't from a place where i was trying to use my job and title to mislead. i got it wrong. i own this and i own up to this. >> that was brian williams on the today show this morning. show should he be forgiven? joining me now is the host of war stories, lieutenant colonel oliver north. i remember a moment during the iraq war where word got back to my studio -- i'll never forget this moment -- that your helicopter may have been hit,
then word got back that it wasn't yours, it might have been a friend of ours that may have been hit. i remember just sitting there in stunned silence because he's a friend of both of ours. i listened to him -- i thought that interview was painful. you've been in war zones. i don't know why there's a compulsion for people to build themselves up and put them in stories. his helicopter was not hit by an rpg or an ak-47. you have been in the situations more than anybody i know. what do you say? >> well i think it's nice brian williams has a job at msnbc. i used to work there myself. >> those were the dark days of your life. >> well i'm glad he's got a chance to rehabilitate himself. i have a different perspective because my job as you know has been to keep company with heroes soldiers sailors
airmen, marines. i did war stories a documentary did about real heroes who are or were journalists. ernie pyle joe calway. roupert murdoch's dad in tripoli. you don't have to be a person who wears a helmet to be a hero. the classical definition of a hero is a person that puts him or herself at risk for the benefit of others. my heroes don't wear spandex suits or capes, they wear dog tags and they go to work in harm's way every single day. i seen a lot of that in his war. >> i agree. your heroes are my heroes i've met many of them on the road with you. how many times have you been to iraq and afghanistan? i can't count. >> 57. >> 57 times. so he -- i watched him -- i
think what was so painful is i think he recognizes -- i almost got the impression he didn't mean for this to happen. he was embellishing yes, was he telling the truth? no. was it a conscious effort to build himself up. i didn't get that sense for some reason. i got the sense that things got out of hand for him. what do you say to him? you're a guy that does put his life on the line for others and has his whole life. >> here's the difference. instead of inserting himself in an event that didn't happen -- all he had to do was to report accurately on what was going on. okay. so one of the journalists i was with happens to be the only journalist in this war to be decorated for heroism. we've got footage of t. chris jackson was our cameraman for fox news war stories in afghanistan in 2008. in fact some days of your life you don't forget the day you
were almost killed. august 3rd, 2008. chris jackson was my cameraman. he was blown up by an iud in front of us. wounded in action. burned shrapnel wounds and somehow managed to get himself up the hill after he put himself out. forced open the front door of the humvy. he pulled a soldier out. chris jackson is the only journalist in this entire war, over 8,000 of us to be decorated with a medal. >> you're okay with him getting a second chance. that's your bottom line? >> look you know what? you've had second chances, i've had second chances. he's not a hero. i know real hero they're not full of ego. chris jackson is one of the humblest man i know. joining us now more
reaction leslie marshall and from the tea party news network scotty scotty hughes. where are you on this? >> i'm not really anywhere. conservatives always never trusted brian williams. now that he's moved over to msnbc, we think he's where he should have been and he can be himself. >> ouch. >> yeah. sorry about t. we're in a age where people are trying to be others. you got an naacp leader who is white saying she was back. you have the jenner issue. now you know he's able to be true. here is my issue with this. we would not know about this unless it would have been caught. he would still be continuing. >> i got all that. in him real sorrow. he seemed to understand the magnitude and accepted the responsibility. leslie marshall and for me i believe in second chances and forgiveness. i would like this story in that sense to be over. >> i believe in second chances.
i also believe in being held accountable for our actions. and he is a journalist. >> he's been held accountable, he lost his seat. >> i was taught when you're a journalist you report the facts. it's different as a talk show host where you opine. >> now what does he do? is he going to ruin his career? >> i don't think his career is ruined. he's not sitting on the beach with no paycheck. he's making millions of dollars >> he's not sitting in the anchor chair and this has been public. he's paid a heavy price. >> as for now -- >> that's parts of the consequences and ramifications of what happens when you make a decision to do this. and whether he was -- >> i don't know if -- i don't get the sense -- i got the impression that there was almost cognizant disconnect with this. he didn't realize it. scotty, last word. >> he lied over and over again. it wasn't just one lie. >> i know. >> he could have said -- if he
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>> the people who do this kind of dastardly horrible act are very small. percentage. but, unfortunately, the public discourse is hotter and more negative than it should be. which can, in my opinion, trigger people who are less than stable. like for example, a recent entry into the republican presidential campaign said some very inflammatory things about mexicans. you know everybody should stand up and say that's not acceptable. you don't talk like that on talk radio. you don't talk like that on you know the kind of political campaigns. >> she said some pretty shocking things in her life. the presidential candidate she was referring to was donald trump. as you can imagine, he's not happy about it. here is his response from earlier today. >> wow, it's pretty pathetic that hillary clinton just blamed me for the horrendous attack
that took place in south carolina. this is why politicians are just no good. our country's in trouble. >> that's not all. president obama, he doubled down on his comments on charleston and gun control. and said this earlier today. >> these tragedies have become far too commonplace. we have to move public opinion. we have to feel a sense of urgency. you don't see murder on this kind of scale with this kind of frequency in any other advanced nation on earth. what's different is not every country is awash with easily accessible guns. >> blame guns flag talk radio and a state rep blames fox news. >> he hears that because he watches things like fox news where they talk about things they call news but they're really not. they use thad coded language, hate speech they talk about the president as if they're not the president. church goers as if they're not
church goers. >> here with reaction from the black sphere kevin jackson and a criminal defense attorney is with us. can you give any coded language on the fox news channel? >> fox is out there on some things. >> i'm asking you a specific question. >> i don't think he was accurate. i don't think he should have said that. >> you can't give me one specific -- we're on 1424 hours a day since october 19th96 if you can't give me one example of coded language or hate speech that says a lot? >> it does say a lot. todd rutherford was distraught. you will lash out. i understand. >> kevin, it's the race to politicize these things. you know it's almost like a sickness that oh, wait tragedy
happens, oh, let's see how we can advance our narrative on the gun debate in this country. meanwhile, we know in this particular case that this guy did not obey the gun laws. he had no right to a wellen based on his felony arrest. he didn't obey the laws that exist currently. what makes us think he would obey another law? >> it husband nothing to do with anything that was said. what it has to do with is kids like this kid that shot -- whatever his name is -- are based on liberals creating them. what they do is they tell these kids -- these millennials are supposed to be the least racist people in the history of man kind. you create these kids because todd rutherford is told by people that you're a bad kid young white man. they tell them you're nothing.
and when they get to college and start looking at their opportunities in life -- >> so you're saying you're white you -- >> if you're born white you get white privilege and so on and so forth. it's liberalism that creates them. >> oh, my god. >> they look for scapegoats and gun scroll. they say in immigration, donald trump, anything but what is actually hap sglngpening. >> he's saying what this kid did he's blaming it on the liberals? >> you're talking about underlying causes of trouble in society. >> that's exactly right. >> explain it in detail. eric is all outraged. >> i'm shocked he said it. don't call me outraged. i show you outraged. >> you don't need to be shocked. the fact of the matter is -- i mentioned one of the things ms. grundy talked about is how young white men need to check
themselves. as i said, this country has proven time and again that these young kids grow up together and play together go to college -- >> this boy was simply evil. >> okay. >> this was evil personified. he was a racist evil terrorist who went and murdered some people. why don't we call it what it is. >> let me ask you this -- >> why can't you just say that instead of saying liberals cause this problem. i wish he would be quiet and let me talk. why don't you admit this young guy is an evil terrorist -- >> wait a minute. based on what you're saying -- then it's a felony -- you're under a felony charge he had no legal right to have that gun. >> i agree with that. >> as a drug offender he had no legal right to have the gun. it's illegal without permission to have a gun in a church. the first lady lashing out
saying words caused this person. no words didn't cause this person. the president blaming guns, an object doesn't cause people to commit evil. he could have driven a car as they walked out of that church. >> you know what? this is -- >> the president -- >> it's wrong to politicize it. >> i do. kevin be quiet for a second. >> no, you've been talking the entire time. >> hillary was wrong to blame trump. >> i do believe she was wrong to blame trump. >> it's wrong to blame talk radio and the fox news channel. there's this compulsion kevin, that we see almost after every incident going back to tim mcveigh bill clinton blaming talk radio. talk radio wasn't responsible for what tim mcveigh did. >> its what i said a second ago. he's not going to answer this because liberals never want to
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welcome back to "hannity." after killing osama bin laden at his compound navy s.e.a.l.s found a treasure-trove of objects that gave insight into the mind of the terror group's leader. over 100 of those documents were made public in march. the cia announced it will not release something shocking the navy s.e.a.l.s reportedly seized. that's bin laden's massive stash
of pornography. i sat down with the president of the islamic forum for democracy, and from the weekly standard, steven hayes, here's what they said. why wouldn't they release that? and whatat? and what would reaction be in the muslim world and radical muslim world? >> for me to figure out what they're doing is trying to rationalize why they want to give him an islamic burial. somehow they don't want blowback so create more radical terror acts. >> so you're saying they're afraid? that the government, obama is afraid to release it just like afraid to release the pictures of bin laden? >> it's either that or that the stuff is so sick and deviant, but we're seeing beheadings and
other videos that haven't been filtered. >> what radical islamists view this negatively? >> well, they can do whatever they want to. the blow back i think, would be minimal we see alaki was doing prostitution. others just push ate side. the september 11th bombers went to strip clubs and thought they'd go to heaven and it won't matter. >> good point. >> i don't that i is going to be a factor. >> i like to get as much information from the government as possible. i'm not sure if i can figure out rationale here. why do you -- the things that concerns me most is is that maybe the obama administration is afraid that all of this might incite people.
that is the mind sthaet scares me most. >> it's not an implausible situation. i think the would likely be minimal in addition to points made the fact remains it would come from the u.s. government. i think radical jihadists would not be likely to believe it was real or true, anyway. the bigger point is that we've seen only 100 documents. the navy s.e.a.l.s went in there and the team gathered documents had more than a million documents when getting on that helicopter and flew back. it was a good job of explaining those initially, then, they sat for as long as a year according to the former director of the dia, mike flynn we know there are important document that's tell us about the relationships they had with pakistani intelligence services regime in iran that have direct
bearing on the debates we're having today about policy. people should be able to see that and at the least, members of congress should be able to see that but members of congress are not yet being allowed to see these documents. that is an outrage. >> what is your reaction to that? i still want to see pictures of him shot dead. but i take a different take. administration is fearful it might incite, quote radical islamists they already hate us. i want a message sent this is going to be you. you attack america, we are going to hunt you down no matter how long it takes and we're going to kill you. and put a bullet in your head and a bullet in the rest of your body whenever we have to shoot you. i like that message being sent. >> absolutely. if we want to get moderate muslims to react, all of the things they're doing to grow
patriotism we have to release this information. what the obama administration wants to do is push it aside like it's just a crime problem. move it along the war is done. so bottom line is that they're trying to prevent the reaction that would allow moderate muslims to take back things they're talking about and be more enraged they're being secrets that would realize this is interconnected the way steven just talked about in a way that shes we a big war on our hands >> so did nbc make the right decision with brian williams? we need your help the question of t
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well, hello friends good morning. today is saturday the 20th of june, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and we start with a fox news alert. he killed nine people, that's what dylann people called the innocent victims right before he carried out his evil act. will he face the death penalty? we're live on the ground straight ahead. >> despite his horrific act the families of his victims showing belief in jesus and strength in god watch. >> he was my hero but as we said in