>> tucker: note time for final exam tonight, bret baier competes against his college roommate. someone you've seen before but didn't know who he lived with. >> sean: i'm betting on the roommate. fox news division hates fox opinion division, i'm going to bet on the other guy. i'm sandwiched between you and laura getting in trouble every night. >> tucker: i'm a peacemaker. >> sean: right. welcome to "hannity," breaking tonight. major shocking new detail surrounding the nonwhistle-blower whistle-blower, including more damning evidence that his attorney is nothing more than a deep state hate trump political hit man, plus we'll address the radical socialist democrats running for the white house, this is important.
we haven't been paying enough attention to it, the great one mark levin, i just talked to them. if don jr. here tonight, if you missed "the view" today, w, he called out the whistle-blower hypocrisy, will give you a quick snippet and play more later. >> chasing down a whistle-blower about all of the epstein stuff because those stories were killed. if we are going to have a conversation about whistle-blowers -- you work with cbs to out the whistle-blower. >> sean: the ladies of the view had a tough day, we'll play much more coming up later in the program. will get the behind-the-scenes story, but start with breaking new developments about the so-called attorney representing the phony, nonwhistle-blower hearsay whistle-blower, his name mark i zade, hyperpartisan,
deranged, truncating political operative, he has clearly been plotting impeachment and this coup from day one trend, look at your screen. thanks to foxnews.com, this is what we know. january 30th 2017, the president has only been in office ten days and guess what? he tweeted #coup, and he kept going throughout the year july 12017, tweeting we will get rid of him and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters, we have to. for months, he tweeted incessantly about president trump's impeachment, comparisons to nixon, tweets and fantasizing about life after the president being impeached, there is even a tweet highlighting how fake news cnn -- i predict cnn
will play a key role in president trump not finishing out his term as president. if he has appeared on fake news cnn a whopping 11 times since he started obsessing and fantasizing, impeachment, and twitter. he gave us a statement saying those tweets were reflective and repeated, the sentiments of millions of people he was referring to a perfectly legal process. a reasonable impeachment coup attempt, he started ten days after the president was sworn in. he is a sort of the face of this trump derangement syndrome, last night in monroe, louisiana, the president had this to say about ten days into office impeachment mania. >> they hand me the story, that was a long time ago -- it's all
a hoax. they say january 2017, a coup has started and impeachment will follow. it's all a hoax, it's a scam. another whistle-blower, the one who came out with trump said this and the trump said that and when they heard the real phone call, the whistle-blower disappeared. shifty schiff is a corrupt politician, nobody thought it was going to release the phone call. >> sean: at that point the president is right on, there's quid pro quo's the liar schiff was telling us. if house republicans, guess what? they are going to subpoena the nonwhistle-blower whistle-blower to testify. they plan to call the compromi compromise, coward, congenital
liar schiff to testify under oath. the whistle-blower and his handler, that would be adam schiff and people in his office, they got to answer very serious questions -- they will lay out a few. we know his office was in contact with the hearsay whistle-blower before filing the complaint. did schiff collude with the attorney? what role did his office have been orchestrating the complaint? did they recommend the attorney? the nonwhistle-blower is a deep state holdover from the obama administration. ties to joe biden, look at tonight's "washington examiner." he's actually a guest of sleepy, creepy, crazy joe at a lunch in 2016 to honor the prime minister of italy. by the way, what was the relationship to john brennan? number one trump hater of them all.
did anyone from the obama administration encourage him to file this complaint and get involved in these activities, where did he get the thirdhand material? it's perfectly obvious what is going on here, it's not our first rodeo. the whistle-blower is not some kind of concerned government employee. he looks very partisan, he looks like a hack who hired a hack partisan democrat hate rage drop attorney with ties to biden and worked for trump hater brennan and other top democrats. maybe that's why he hired the impeached trump after ten days attorney to be his attorney, maybe that's why he coordinated with the congenital liar, may be and likely that's why he and schiff desperately don't want him to testify because they would have to answer those questions. the congenital liar adam schiff,
three years of lying about trump and russia. he's not on a fact-finding mission, his first witch hunt failed and now it's become the second witch hunt. three years, lies, russian collusion, impeachment. even if the so-called whistle-blower was a real whistle-blower, the facts are the statute protecting anonymity doesn't exist. he is protected against retribution, retaliation, nobody guaranteed anonymity in the statute. that means you better not revealed the name of the whistle-blower, you are in deep trouble. plenty of people have named the nonwhistle-blower already, i know the name of the nonwhistle-blower, our new guest -- gregg jarrett, his best-selling book out. the story of the greatest mass delusion and political history. this is the next chapter which you should probably start
writing the book now. is there any anonymity guarantees? any anonymity for a whistle-blower? >> there's no entitlement guarantee under the whistle-blower law to anonymity. it's a persistent myth which is quite confounding. there is one narrowed provision that gives discretion to the inspector general to disclose or not disclose but that has no application to anyone else. let's assume for the sake of argument that whistle-blower deserves anonymity. this one doesn't because he doesn't qualify as a whistle-blower under the law, you have to meet two conditions -- he doesn't meet either one of them and don't take my word for it, the office of legal counsel and the department of justice as well as the acting director of national intelligence both said he is not a whistle-blower under the law. nevertheless, you will never
hear this from the media that never bothers to put them in a law book. >> sean: a person in america does have a right to face their accusers, i may have picked that up somewhere, maybe i made it up. let me ask you about another column you wrote, you identified four laws that he believed to be applicable to joe biden, it is illegal for a person to coerce or influence through bribery or extortion a billion dollars, a foreign nation into taking action, fire the prosecutor that might financially benefit the person or his family or business, does not apply? >> extortion, bribery, most importantly the foreign corrupt practices act, the person especially a public official cannot use coercion and influence through money to demand a benefit that would extend to himself or his family. >> sean: is at 18-point usc
.201. let me read it, whoever gives something of value to influence an official act is guilty of bribery. giving or offering anything of value to a public official in exchange for any official act. a billion dollars, you have six hours and fire the prosecutor, you don't get the billion if you don't fire him. is that a quid pro quo? >> it's absolutely a quid pro quo, the question is is it a legal or illegal quid pro quo, it depends on his intent. the circumstantial evidence shows that it appears that joe biden's motivation was to protect his son. that's what the fire prosecutor said, he was closing in on burisma and hunter biden.
>> sean: can you please come obama state department stop looking into us, we even have hunter biden on our board. now it makes sense, this has been so hard and so difficult and so complicated. now let's turn to some more breaking developments, newly released transcripts from the top-secret soviet style coup attempt. bad news for democrats. george, you will me an apology, we are going to be talking about this soon. testified he had no knowledge that usa to ukraine was ever connected to an investigation request and he said the government of ukraine had no idea there was a temporary hold on aid until a month after the president's phone call. they got the money without doing anything. can also raise concerns about the biden and burisma holdings, even mentioned yours truly, i will accept the guys apology.
he also testified i was talking about the former ambassador of ukraine -- i'm going to spell it out for all of you one more time, i suggest you read my twitter account. i don't know anything about that lady. i have no idea how to pronounce her last name, i never talked to secretary pompeo or anybody at the state department about her or anything else, i don't know anything about her. i would advise you all very strongly, i'm saying this in a nice way. all of you had better stop lying about me, you know i've been told the truth again. stop lying. in fact according to our own research, she was mentioned in passing four times on this show including by don solomon, he will join us in a minute. a top ukrainian justice official claimed the u.s. ambassador gave him a do not prosecute lists.
that is the ag of the united states saying it, blame him -- take a look. >> it's true i have a difficult personal relationship with the ambassador. unfortunately from the first meeting with a u.s. ambassador, we had a list of people whom we should not prosecute. >> sean: to the media mob and those testifying, you want to lash out at any one? you might want to lash out at that guy, that prosecutor guy in the video that john solomon was interviewing. the ukraine story is zero experience hunter biden, 49-year-old son of the vice president, he gets millions of dollars as the vice president learns his son is being investigated from even "the new york times" and lo and behold.
joe goes to ukraine, he's leading up the efforts on behalf of the obama administration for ukraine. then we get the quid pro quo joe -- simple. he says you've got six hours, fire the prosecutor, i'll give you a billion dollars. if you don't fire him, you're not getting the 6 billion. do you six hours. when it comes to ukraine you idiots in the media mob, i have been laser focused on the biden's, that is the real ukrainian corruption, there is a real quid pro quo. the transcript from george kent reveals a major bombshell about joe and hunter biden. according to kent, the obama administration try to partner with ukrainian oil and gas giant burisma holdings, they are the ones paying no experience hunter all of those millions on a project until kent i guess to his credit objected and he cited
the firm's alleged corruption. later, hunter biden's sketchy no experience profitable connection -- it happened in other countries too. how is it even possible for the mob to defend joe and hunter biden? #quidproquojoe . there is a damning evidence that paints a vivid picture of i would think that would be corruption trying to buy favor, some light colored influence peddling, i call it quid pro quo joe. joining us now with more, fox news contributor john solomon, you have breaking news tonight. is the guy in the interview we just played, he is the equivalent of the ag, he is the of william barr. >> he's a guy that was put in place because joe biden fired his predecessor and remember, joe biden vouched in that same
tape where he talked about firing the other guy, he said i put a solid guy in place of him. now they've turned on lucenko because they don't like the story on hunter biden. >> sean: as you were interviewing him, you weren't supposed to report that, understood. let's go to what you develop tonight. >> george kent that state department official testified in the summer of 16, he learned the u.s. state department's foreign aid bureau usaid had created a partnership with burisma and hunter biden, he was concerned that they had a reputation of being corrupt. why did that happen? we know this from something earlier i reported back on your show, hunter biden's partner devon archer texted an american lawyer and said we just came back from usaid, they are going to give us a project and we are going to announce it.
here's another piece of proof, u.s. state department trying to help hunter biden steer the narrative and sure as heck, they get the project and that's only because of george kent's interference that it stopped at the last minute. >> sean: why does that lady hate you so much? where you lied about like i was lied about? >> there is a he said, she said situation, here's what isn't in dispute. george kent testified, state officials told me three months ago no matter what happened to the meeting on several occasions, the u.s. embassy did put pressure on ukraine prosecutors not to pursue certain prosecutions, mostly of people that were allies of the embassy or george soros. george kent confirmed that today, he confirmed signing a letter saying back off the george soros group, he confirmed multiple names that lucenko gave me as people he and the embassy raised.
>> sean: you know more about this country than anybody. here's what i know, if you fire the prosecutor, you get a billion, if you don't fire the prosecutor come you don't get a billion, you have six hours, that's quid pro quo joe, we have a quid pro quo. john solomon. also tonight to the new extreme radical democrat socialist party is officially a dumpster fire of far left socialism, they have done nothing for you, we the people, they push conspiracy theories, lies, propaganda, they are constantly sneering, slandering, besmirching anyone they can especially anyone associated with donald trump. they have now doubled down on stupid and their economy killing agenda, we haven't talked enough about this. look at the numbers we are talking about. hundreds of trillions of dollars in new spending, very few specifics except they want to legalize stealing from the rich on how they are going to pay for
all of this. remember congresswoman ocasio-cortez green new deal dream? that came at a price tag of $93 trillion, and how we have elizabeth warren's medicare for all plan. you edit together, you have 145 trillion in new spending, in ten years. 4 trillion a year, four times ten -- we are 105 trillion short. everyone with a brain knows that would mean new taxes for everybody, wealth confiscation, not just for the wealthy, pretty much everybody. everybody knows that plan would destroy the united states of america, the economy in less than a week, deplete your 401(k), the lifeblood of our economy oil and gas is gone, we would have a national socialist venezuela nightmare on our hands. maybe that's why warren has repeatedly dodged the tough questions when asked about this, take a look.
>> hardworking middle-class families are going to see their costs go down. >> will their taxes go up? i've listened to these answers a few time before >> will middle-class taxes go up, will private insurance be eliminated? >> what families have to deal with his costs, total cost, that's what they have to deal with. >> how much are your costs going to go down? >> how much will your taxes go up? it's how much families end up spending. >> i know that argument, but will you pay more in taxes, why don't you want to answer that question? it's a republican talking point, it's a question. >> it's a question about where people are going to come out economically. >> that's not my question. >> sean: even that guy, the guy that gets a thrill up his leg, he has coined the term
obama dazzl gasm -- even he gote question right. now to get on board this new extreme democratic socialist agenda, you're going to have to suspend all intelligence, common sense, reason, rationality cannot be the biggest hypocrite in the world. democrats want to raise your taxes and will, they want to legalize stealing, they want another bite at the apple, they want to get rid of the lifeblood of the economy oil and gas, the combustion engine, and they will make it illegal to have your own private health insurance to get out of their government run system. how to keep your doctor and pay less for it. they will support after birth abortion, ditch the electoral college, open up our borders, sack the supreme court and it goes on from there. joining us now, we are glad to welcome back to the program, i can go on forever. we have our friend dan bongino
is with us, selle, and fox news contributor emily compagno. that's what they want, they want to get rid of this presidents for no reason, to get with russia they had to ignore the dossier, now with ukraine they have to ignore quid pro quo joe and everything they blame on trump, trump isn't doing anything wrong. >> this is an impeachment for imbeciles, do you realize what great a you have to be to believe in this? who are the main players -- the allegations, let's walk this slow for the liberals watching. the allegation is a quid pro quo, give me information on hunter biden or i will withhold military aid, that's the allegation. nobody has confirmed this allegation. let's look at the players i have interviewed. gordon sondland who was our ambassador over there picked by trump, ambassador to the e.u., and a text message specifically
states to bill taylor that the president was "crystal-clear," there's no quid pro quo. even worse, somnolent states he spoke to the president of the united states and asked about what he wants from ukraine, the president says to him "nothing, i want nothing. "if this is a quid pro quo, it is the single worst and dumbest quid pro quo in human history. you can't extort someone who doesn't know they are being extorted and when nobody knows what the extortion actually is. >> sean: emily, you are a lawyer. hunter and joe biden, fire him and you get a billion, don't fire him, you don't get anything -- you've got six hours, that sounds like quid pro quo to me. i'm just that talk show host, what do i know? >> it seems crystal-clear to me and in a vacuum for any average
american voter and what is so frustrating for people, i get a handful of people who reach out every single day about questions about this entire process -- i'm confused, explain it for me. that's the average american citizen, sick of this amorphous cloudy process. as well as that double standard that is coming from the left that doesn't apply to anyone when it's on the other shoe. they are confused and certainly when you put it in a vacuum, of course it's quid pro quo. >> sean: i'm going to have made up t-shirts and bumper stickers, #quidproquojoe.i'mgoie nce.whenwecomeback,hugeupdateone r --it'scoming. jason chaffetjason chaffetz,thei ve-inisonfire,heisgoingtoblowupt hestoryofthewhistle-blower'satto
fispfizer report is being finald by the inspector general, he has a 600 people working for them, what is taking so long? recent reports suggest we would get the report sometime after thanksgiving, i was hearing it would come sooner. here's somebody who knows, the inspector general, also attorney, columnist, david limbaugh -- look at his new book that just came out. power grab, the liberal scheme to undermine trump, vop, and our republic, a "new york times" best seller also. welcome both of you to the program, i'm sick of it, i'm tired of hearing it, i'm tired of the audience hearing it's coming, i'm tired that he has 600 employees and they can't get this job done faster, how long has this been and how long do we have to wait now because it's
getting old? >> i'm getting sick of it as well, the attorney general william barr thought it was going to come out in may, i think it's actually going to happen before thanksgiving. i've talked to enough people who think it's right on that precipice come i don't think it has anything to do with horowitz delaying it, i think it's the fact that durham is moving forward on some prosecution and one other point, i learned a long time ago from inspectors general, when the subjects of the investigation start squealing before it's published, you know it's going to be devastating. that would be brennan, klapper, comey, and mccabe. if those people are squealing at the most >> sean: david limbaugh, you're a great attorna slam-dunk case. we know they were warned, premeditated, we know the bulk
of the information the pfizer application, we know it's the dirty bought and paid for hillary dossier, we know it's unverifiable because the author didn't stand by it himself under oath. how is that not premeditated fraud, why would it take 400 years to get the report? >> i sure hope they are uncovering every stone, there's a common thread with ukraine. both cases are based on fraudulent sketchy evidence, they went after trump not disclosing that this was opposition research paid for by hillary, that michae steele hadn anti-trump agenda, what a fraud. we don't realize how serious a matter this is. the fisa court involves extraordinary circumstances, you
have to have strong evidence because of the extraordinary privacy concerns. as you said, the grassley memo shows that most of the warrant application was based on the steele dossier, now we come out and find out if totally true. >> sean: that is a slam-dunk case, premeditated fraud. if i lied to a judge or let's say i deleted subpoenaed emails, cleaned up my hard drive, remove the sim cards -- i would go to jail. if i committed premeditated fraud on the courts to spy on a presidential candidate, i think i would go to jail, i don't know why would think that but i just do. >> if you did that, you should go to jail. it's at the very top of this that it was verified and look for in this report to the communications that happened after this report was submitted because there's a lot of concern that brennan and klapper and
some of these others had communication after the fact that shows what they had done previously what was true and verified. they had a standard for intel and went after some people, you can't just lie to the court. >> sean: you are a great attorney, you've done every contract in my career, brilliant attorney, you've done every contract for your brother, you think you've done everyone for the great one, he was on everybody's contracts. if all that is true, why is this so hard? i don't think you could get me out of jail with that as smart as you are. >> i don't understand it, i don't understand why it's taking so long and what they are ultimately going to do. you tend to be pessimistic because democrats always seem to skate on these things, they haven't been held to account for starting this whole thing in the first place, they haven't been held to account for lying about
the trump-russia hoax, think about that. they pivoted to ukraine, nobody ever stings them back. it's time that these counter reports committees counter investigations by durham and the ig yield some fruit because the public demands accountability. this cannot continue to go on. jason has been great on this, this has got to stop as a deterrent for future conduct like this. >> sean: thank you both, great analysis. as i laid out in the monologue -- we are going to be joined in a minute, don, jr., wait till you see this tape. he's going to be on the show and give us behind the scenes in a minute. you've got this whistle-blower-nonwhistle-blower lawyer, latent anti-trump bias, ten days after the president is sworn in he's talking about impeachment. with all of that said, there's only one guy we can bring into tear this up. his show number one on sunday nights has been moved to 8:00 starting this weekend, there is
his book on freedom of the press, one does your show start at eight? >> 8:00 p.m. eastern time, it starts this sunday. >> sean: congratulations, you've been number one for the whole time you have been on the air, i don't know what to say. take us through this. >> for my whole life. thank me. who's ever heard of a whistle-blower who was someone who is backed by the establishment? normally if a whistle-blower is challenging the system, you have the entire establishment, the media, the democratic party, part of the republican party back in the whistle-blower -- i've really never seen anything like this, it's bizarre. the reason you have whistle-blower protections is because the whistle-blower is going against the system. in this case we have the president going against the system and the whistle-blower going against the president of the united states. i want to explain to the american people in a way that even joe scarborough can understand with the law is. you are hearing a lot of lies
from schiff and the democrats in these phony legal analysts. andy mccarthy did a good job in the national review, the whistle-blower statute does not apply to the president of the united states, does not apply to conversations the president of the united states has with leaders of other country, and it does not apply to foreign poli policy. the whistle-blower statute does not apply to the president or the phone call, i hope richard burr is listening, the head of the senate intelligence committee. number 2, the so-called whistle-blower does not have statutory protection, he doesn't meet the statutory elements. within the purview of the director of national intelligence, he was serving temporarily on the national security council reporting to the president. number 3, the law does not -- hello!
does not guarantee anonymity to the whistle-blower, only the inspector general of the intelligence community is to keep it confidential with certain exceptions. the president can release the name, congress can come of the media is not bound and interestingly enough, the intelligence community did release his name by accident last night in their transcript. i guess we should arrest adam schiff for that in a thousand other reasons. congress has never provided overarching legal protection to any whistle-blower, certainly not in the context of launching an impeachment investigation, so why are they hiding this guy from me, we the people, we know his name, we know all about him and get the same newspapers that put out the pentagon papers and everything else, they are keeping it secret, how can you impeach a president a process to be triggered by this guy who was a political hack, a political hack without the senate, the president of the public scrutinizing his motives, his
credibility and his veracity. it's not that his substance of the complaint is determinative, it's the fact of his complaints. this is the second impeachment document they have put together. his lawyers, i'm sure that adam schiff's staff was involved will want to know who was involved, the democrats, the media, feckless republicans, they would have us impeach a president without knowing who this guy is, he's a political hack yet we reportedly know who he is. this cover-up, that's what it is, it's intended to protect the democrat party, the obama administration, this guy worked in the obama administration, adam schiff who knows all about this guy, he hired a couple old staffers, they are on his staff now -- i have no doubt they are involved in this process, who also they want to protect -- joe biden! nobody has asked to joe about this guy, he knows him, he have
thasto protect him and he has to protect brennan. his hack lawyers have been running around saying we are independent, we have no ax to grind, we even represented republicans -- his coup leading a slip and fall lawyers, now we know all about them. the problem is adam schiff like a good mobster has decided you can't call this guy as a witness, you can't call me as a witness because you need my approval and i'm not going to give you the approval. the head mobster of this operation says i'm in charge of who the witnesses can be and i'm not going to let you call these people so it's a grand cover-up. adam schiff is also the guy in charge of the cover-up. here's the thing i want the american people to understand, the laws on the president's side, the facts from the president's side and what they are attacking is the transition of power. they have never supported the
transition of power from the obama administration to the trump administration and i want to remind adam schiff and all the slow learners on msnbc and cnn, the president sets foreign policy, it doesn't make a difference if you don't agree with it. i don't care if a former obama ambassador from the ukraine says they forced me out, too bad. we elected this president, he appoints whoever he wants and if he wants to treat ukraine in a certain way, he is free to do it. meanwhile ukraine got the military ate obama wouldn't give, the president of the ukrae says what quid pro quo? they go to bureaucrats who no one has ever heard of in the state department to say "i don't think the president should have done that" did you talk? no. did you witness? no. did you have any first-hand? no. did you listen the phone call? >> yet, i don't think the transcript is right. what is going on here? this is another hoax being
perpetrated by the democrats, a phony impeachment effort, like the phony russia effort, mr. president, stay strong, this will collapse eventually but we do need the whistle-blower to testify, schiff to testify because the whole house of cards will collapse and the american people will see what -- this is an outrageous attack by them on the president. >> sean: i would add two more names to be questioned. hunter and joe because you know what, everyone is looking for a quid pro quo, we have quid pro quo joe. if you fire the prosecutor, i'll give you a billion dollars. you've got six hours that he was warned his son was being investigated, we call him zero experience hunter, i want them also put under oath. great one, 8:00 on sunday night, new time, number one show on sundays on the fox news channel, we are proud of you.
>> sean: donald trump jr. went on the view today to promote his brand-new book which also happens to describe the scene surrounding his appearance with the ladies of the view. >> lowering the discourse to his level, even if people are working, we don't want to have a country like that. >> we've all done things that we regret, if we are talking about bringing the discourse down. you have worn black face.
roman polanski, it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child. >> sean: joining us now, donald trump jr. you've got to tell says hello. >> hannity says hello, guys. [cheers and applause] >> sean: i'm watching this thing today and i'm like why? why did you even bother? why? >> every once in a while you have to try, speak to everyone, in that case they didn't because he would think if you're invited on the show and they give you three segments, you would think if you are there to promote a book, they would ask you one question about the actual book but they didn't do that. it's a little bit about why i wrote it, the title speaks for itself, i don't think they like
me much anymore. >> sean: i used to do all those stupid shows, the last time i went on that show, rosie o'donnell was hosting and lost her mind and poor barbara walters couldn't control the chaos. the reality is look at this whole media thing -- okay, there's a quid pro quo, there's no quid pro quo. your father has faithfully executed the laws but there was a quid pro quo and that is joe who knew his son was being investigated, you fire the prosecutor, you get a billion, you don't fire the prosecutor, you don't get a billion. quid pro quo joe, don. >> it's on tape in front of everyone and he's saying it that way, there's no ambiguity, no nothing. he was in control of it, hunter biden is getting boards of companies and languages he can't speak, why are you there? i'm never really thought about that -- well i know why you're there. i think everyone in america knows why you are there.
we are having a good time in birmingham, alabama, doing a little bit of a triggered tour but i think these guys are all in agreement with us. >> sean: 90 miles north of birmingham, i was broadcasting in huntsville, alabama, a great two years there and the newspaper, wrote an editorial when i left, goodbye to the talk show host from hell -- i was very proud of that. i will say this. >> that sounds like my average day. >> sean: i think we are in the same boat. if a kid wearing a maga hat, the lies, the slander, the smears, i don't think there's any -- i think the next 362 days is going to be a war every day to destroy you, your family, your dad with lies because i had been lying now for three years. >> that's exactly right come you
saw what happened to me yesterday, i literally retweeted the article with the name of the suppose it whistle-blower in the title of the article and there is outrage. it was on drudge four days ago, it's on real clear politics, it was in breitbart, a couple other places. he's in danger of his life -- this is a cia operative in danger of his life? i wish they would've shown a little bit of the same amount of outrage when my family opened up a white powder substance in an exploding envelope that showed up at my house. these guys are full of it. they aren't outrage that he was outed, there outrage that now in his name is out there, everyone is able to realize this is a guy that's tied to brennan, this is a guy that's tied to susan rice, this is a guy who worked for biden with the ukraine nonsense and this is a guy whose lawyer has been tweeting since january of 2017, the coup has started, impeachment is next, we are going to get trump out of there.
this is a joke and they realize they got caught in the act again because they wanted this innocent public servant whistle-blower who is doing the right thing instead of just another one of the coup cabal of those clowns who have been doing this for three years. the reality is the american public gets it, they see through this nonsense, they are sick of it as i am and they should be. if it's going on here in america and 2019, we should all be ashamed of ourselves that they are trying to overthrow a duly elected president because they didn't get the results they wanted and they want to promote their socialist leftist policies and that's the only thing that matters, that's disgusting. but this was going on in a banana republic, we would be outraged, it's going on here in america right now. >> sean: don, jr., we wish you the best. send my love to all of my friends in birmingham -- they have some of the best barbecue, you got to stop at one of the places. good luck on your book tour.
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buy a bunch of people who don't want to have to put up with voters do or think. you elect the wrong person and they are going to try to take your choice away from you. and they are going to try to destroy the people you vote for as a means of destroying new and dispiriting you. >> sean: checkmate rush. there's a few of us. this country needs you in 362 days, one important announcement, veterans day is coming up and that's why i'm spreading the word about america corporate partners and their thanks campaign, they are matching our veterans with corporate executives in a special mentorship program help our vets gain access to every industry as they transition from the military to the civilian workforce. please help them if you can, put it up there for you. that is all the time we have left this evening, i promise we will never be the rage, hate,
psychotic media mob, we will always seek the truth. something the mob won't do. the good news is, let not your hearts be troubled, laura ingraham is up next, 362 days. i hope we shocked the world again, that would be pretty cool. >> laura: i can tell you, it seems like it was just yesterday when you and i were on the air the night before the election last time around, can you believe that was three years ago? >> sean: can i give you credi credit? there were a lot of people, you were there, newt gingrich were there, i was there, there were a few people that started hedging their bets and not showing up anymore, they didn't want to take a risk and go out on a limb like we do every day. just saying. fill in the gaps. >> laura: that was fun, another great show, thank you so much -- great to see you. i'm laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle" from washington tonight. why is the