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groupthink. have a great evening, and now sean hannity takes over the 9:00 p.m. hour. >> sean: thank you, i will take it, appreciate it, thank you, tucker. welcome to "hannity," and coming up a phone call transcript joe biden does not want you to see. he has been lying about afghanistan from the very beginning. editor peers, his top priority a victory lap on 9/11. that's how sick this is. we have a full report to straight ahead. and leaked texts. members in the military shocked. it shows that sheer desperation on the ground in kabul. they could not believe what was happening leaving americans behind. john solomon was here with the very latest and those texts. but first, hundreds of americans abandoned. yes, abandoned in afghanistan. thousands of our vulnerable afghan allies probably well over 10,000. 13 dead american heroes are
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national treasure gone forever, murdered by terrorists as the cover of "the new york post" put it earlier today "every life is on his hands." in other words, blood on his hands all because joe biden for no reason gave up kabul to the taliban, he could've stopped us in april, may, june, july, he did in it, and now we know he knew. joe biden allowed a terrorist organization to secure the perimeter of the airport to prevent from getting out of behind enemy lines paired he abandoned them air force base in the middle of the night. and sat by, did nothing paired he stayed on vacation as the taliban crossed one redline after another. seizing providence or territory or geography in afghanistan day after day and got they weapons and momentum all on the way. all of this could have been prevented easily. all of this was seen from miles away to the credit of our intelligence agencies like the
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cia and the department of defense, the afghan government to literally everybody, we now know what joe biden, what was happening, how bad it was, and it did not stop him. but the pathetic shoveling stuttering full at this point in the white house lacked the courage and resolve needed to make the right decision. and now here we are, date 18. americans held hostage, abandoned behind and enemy. >> our relationship with the taliban will be guided by what they do, not by what they say. it's because we do not believe that the taliban are good actors, we don't. but we needed to work with them to get this done. to speak of the reality is that the taliban has provided safe haven for terrorists in the past, and they will provide a safe haven for terrorists. >> whether or not they change remains to be seen. >> we will live with the reality of the taliban and the
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humiliating abandonment of afghanistan by joe biden for years to come. >> americans held hostage, abandoned behind enemy lines. date team. >> sean: date team, a massive hostage situation in the islamic emirates of afghanistan. 13 american soldiers dead, more than 20 injured. more than 100 innocent civilians also killed. many others injured. but joe biden decided to take a victory lap, he congratulated himself on a job well done. joe biden's mission accomplished moment, take a look. speak with the extraordinary success of this mission was due to the incredible skill, bravery, and selfless courage oe united states military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals, now some say we should have started mass evacuation sooner. could this have been done and no more orderly manner? i respectfully disagree.
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>> sean: and joe's chief of staff ron klain, the great puppeteer took it a step further and announced that the withdrawal could not have gone any smoother. yes, it could have. to take a look. >> it's easy to second-guess, but let's just be clear, america was in this war for 20 years. and i think any efforts to unwind or bring our troops out any effort to end the military appearance in afghanistan was going to be filled with heartbreaking scenes and difficulties. and i think that to the biden administration managed out as well as it could be managed under the circumstances we were placed in. >> sean: like biden, ron claimed that it is delusional. is he really does much of an 88? it appears so. nothing about the withdrawal being advantaged well. not a single thing. if you are watching coming might want to pass on to your boss, who i am sure is in dreamland about this time, this new ad from senate republicans. and it might help jog his ever
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failing memory about what happened in afghanistan. >> is the taliban takeover of afghanistan now inevitable? >> no, it is not. the likelihood there is going to be taliban overrunning everything and in control of everything is highly unlikely. >> this is not the overall idea of leaving afghanistan, this is about leaving hastily and ineptly. secretary blinken, how did president biden get that so wrong? >> with a stronger taliban that is greater access to technology that we supplied. >> despite the president's promise that the withdrawal of american troops will be responsible, deliberate coming in safe come to bite and a administration is trying to explain why the u.s. was so caught off guard. >> breaking news and it is difficult, can confirm that a member of u.s. service members were killed at the kabul
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airport. >> do you bear any responsibility for the way that things have unfolded in the last two weeks? >> my very responsibility for fundamentally everything that has happened. >> sean: if you think that ad is devastating, look at president trump's save america action committee. watch this one. >> afghanistan cannot be used as it a terrorist base. >> afghanistan has been the living land of terrorists. >> total chaos. >> it is heartbreaking, it is depressing. it is a failure. any needs to own that failure. >> do claim responsibility for all that is having? >> he did not offer any change of course. he says he is going to continue forward. >> are you taking responsibility? >> mr. biden, you did this. you made a deal with the taliban. to be as are the consequences of it. , biden. >> paying for people to be left behind? >> we are trying to get them all out. >> we did not get everybody out.
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>> dozens and dozens of u.s. citizens went to the airport and the gates never opened. >> it has not failed yet. >> if this is not failure, what does failure look like exactly? >> there is -- you know, to be -- ♪ ♪ >> sean: what joe biden calls an extraordinary success. he says that it was the right decision, the wise decision, the best decision, unparalleled results. and said what a magnificent display of public policy, i ask again, if that success how do we define failure? joe biden took again questions, exhausted from yesterday and yelling at us and lecturing of us, and apparently wants to move past his afghan debacle. this crisis is not over.
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and by the way, the war is not over either. americans are held hostage, right now behind enemy lines, and even today "the washington post" reported 100 u.s. sponsored journalists and their family is all left behind by joe biden in afghanistan. there are now hundreds and hundreds, maybe more than 1,000 americans with no way out. and of course we have no update on the exact number, or their whereabouts, no concrete plan at all to rescue them. we have no diplomats on the ground, we have no military on the ground. we have no accurate accounting even of how many americans are behind enemy lines. this is unforgivable. these americans have been left behind and abandoned by their president. i never thought i would see this in my lifetime. i thought you did not leave people behind, joe. you said it over and over and over again. we don't leave people behind.
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you said it two weeks ago, joe. you promised over and over and over again. in case you forgot, which is probably highly likely. take a look. >> if there are american citizens left, we will stay and get them all out. this town, the state, this country takes care of our own. leave nobody behind. giving ending one a fair shot. leaving nobody behind. and we do take care of our own and leave nobody behind. >> looking out for one another, leave nobody behind. >> but we will leave no one behind. it's what america is all about, it is about pulling together leaving nobody behind. there can be no safe harbor if we leave anyone behind. we believe in the fabric that holds society together.
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leaving nobody behind. >> sean: you left them behind, behind enemy lines paired what are you going to do about it? just leave them there? breaking last night a whistle-blower providing transcript of a phone call between joe biden and afghan president ghani, you know the guy that fled with millions of dollars? this phone call from july, from reuters "in much of the call biden focused on what he called the afghan government's perception problem." i need not tell you the perception around the world is that things are not going well in terms of the fight against the taliban, biden said, and there is a need whether it is true or not, we all knew it was true, there is a need to project a different picture. everybody knew it was true. that great well trained afghan army that biden was bragging about the same month was yes, disintegrating right before the eyes of the world. not lies, perceptions.
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we cared about the lying part. perception does not matter, lives matter. and he asked ghani to lie for him and pretend all is well. you have to tell people that everything is going great. so that joe biden could take his victory lap after ending america's "longest war" paired but as president trump said, the truth is a force of nature. so here we are 13 dead american heroes and untold hundreds and hundreds of our fellow americans hostage is behind enemy lines. a new report from john solomon, at , soldiers involved with the evacuation, they cannot believe what was happening. they did not want to leave a single american behind "we are bleeping abandoning american citizens." an army colonel assigned to the 82nd air division wrote sunday in frustration. one former special forces soldier working with private networks, because biden was not
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going to do that, and the military to rescue stranded americans texted "to you guys left american citizens at the gate of kabul airport, three empty jets played for by volunteers were waiting for them. you and i talked on the phone. i told you where they were, gave you their passport images, and my email and my phone number, you left them behind." american stranded at the gate as empty planes took off. now nobody is there to help them. if biden has no plan whatsoever to get any of that amount. he says he has leverage. no, that would be the taliban and probably isis k that of all the leverage. the leverage our fellow citizens paired here with moore, editor in chief, john solomon. to tell us about your report. >> there is a scene unfolding in sunday while the spencers at the pentagon and the state department and the white house are saying any american who wants to come home is going to be able to come home. meanwhile there are americans
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waving their passports. they got through the taliban checkpoint center at the gate at the u.s. military controls, they are waving their passports, we are americans, left us in, and they were turned away. and a colonel who is witnessing this from afar says we are bleeping leaving american citizens behind pit he could not believe it. i have talked to soldiers and their friends on the front lines, the soldiers wanted to turn the key on the gate and let americans in. the state department and their command chains would not allow them in. and everything that was going on they are debunked what the biden administration is telling the american people on television. >> sean: so the military has to take orders from the commander in chief. already one guy that got in trouble for speaking out about this failure. we have retired generals that find this whole thing abhorrent. nobody is being held accountable. joe is patting himself and everybody else on the back. but we are now in a situation.
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you tell me if this is wrong. we have americans at our site international airport, at the gate contact with our military and they did not go to the gate and get them on the planes they were mostly empty, the final pls that left. >> yes, that is accurate from the document and accurate from the private citizens that ran the rescue mission and accurate from the military officials who confirm that is what happened at the gate saturday and sunday. >> sean: if i was in the military, i would resign. i cannot for this guy. i cannot live with myself having to leave americans behind. great reporting, john solomon. i appreciate it. clearly afghanistan is a gut wrenching example of what happens when you let a spineless career politician, what did secretary gates one say? yes, he has been wrong on every foreign policy for over 40 years, some do so out of it only caring about himself, true to
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form over the years as though polls shifted even biden's opinion on afghanistan changed drastically, how do we know, watch this video put together by take a look. >> remember when we went to afghanistan in first place? it's because we were attacked by usama bin laden and al qaeda on september 11th 2001. we had no vital interest in afghanistan other than to prevent an attack on america's homeland and our friends. whatever we do in afghanistan whether it is the involvement of military, or humanitarian aspects must be geared towards a long-term solution. we cannot repeat the mistakes of the past. we think only in the short term, only of getting bin laden and the taliban which we must do, we just are begging for a greater . we did not go to afghanistan to
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nation-build. and it is the right and the responsibility of afghan people alone to decide their future. as every military expert testified before the committee against the taliban is not going to be one with bullets and bombs alone, it is going to be run with roads, clinics, and schools. >> sean: just a quick observation does the joe biden of today look anything like that joe biden in the past? does everyone understand when i say that he is weak and frail and a cognitive mess? why do i say it? because it is true paired to the world sees it. our allies see it. and worse, hostile regimes, our enemies see it. i'm all the chaos in afghanistan continues, biden is now facing a growing crisis of confidence right here at home. one unnamed white house official recently telling politico that they were absolutely appalled and literally horrified that biden stranded fellow americans in afghanistan. no multiple retired generals and
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admirals are demanding a mass resignation of millie, blinking, and solomon, but really it is biden that needs to go more than all of them put together. here with reaction, former acting director of national intelligence, miranda devine, the one thing i will say, and i always as i did the unpeeling of the onion every night on the deep state, i always went out of my way, ric grenell to applaud the 99% of people in the fbi and our intelligence committee, because they are the best at what they do in the entire world. this is not an intelligence failure. this is a failure of leadership in the white house. i need to be clear here, the cia pulled out of their seven weeks ago. i have quadrupled lee confirmed this. high-ranking sir win sources, they are not shy in their daily assessments in telling biden. the question is if biden knew, why did he do this?
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>> sean, you're exactly right, with current intel officials, state department, service officers who are contacting me, just complaining about the chaos and looking into one issue involving how we are vetting refugees, i am not able to go forward and make some claims yet, but there are quite a few claims going on in germany, where we have a lot of refugees on trying to rush through the process. and i want to get this more firmed up and maybe we will have more for you. but everybody outside of washington, d.c., really understands what is at stake here. we have chaos going on. joe biden said himself that 90% of the americans were rescued. the rest of us in america say, why did you leave 10%?
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only in washington, d.c., does 90% work. you have left americans. i met with president trump yesterday for almost two hours. and he brought up some great points. and he was very concerned about the equipment that is being left behind. there are now reports that some of that equipment is on its way into iran. and so what we are going to see over the next several weeks and months is the implication of the failure. it's not over, and only those in washington, d.c., at the white house are trying to convince the american people that it was a success. the rest of us see that this is a failure that will continue to go on and on and we are going to be less safe because of this. they have equipment, big equipment. they have rifles. you have guns. you have helicopters. all in the hands of the taliban. >> sean: c17, black hawk helicopters. miranda, let me go to you here. for the last 18 months, not a single american died.
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over the last year that donald trump's presidency, not a single american died in afghanistan. not one. and as i said, this is not an intelligence failure. i've confirmed this with the former president. i have confirmed it with mark meadows. i have confirmed it with former secretary of state pompeo. they have all been very clear. donald trump before he discussed any deal with the taliban warned them, i will obliterate you, like i did baghdadi and associates, soul and money, the caliphate, and the leader in yemen. i will obliterate you before we have any discussion. do you understand? it was predicated on that, number one, keeping the bagram air force base, predicated on positions on the ground that they warn tate. as the taliban made their march and started securing larger and larger geographical areas in afghanistan, why didn't joe brush them back? it would've taken a few drones -- drone strikes, would've been successful, just follow the trump model.
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why didn't he do that, and not withdraw everybody while we have control of kabul? can you answer that question? >> i think, sean, the answer as we can see in the phone call that reuters reported on july 23 between president ghani from afghanistan and president biden. and in that phone call, joe biden enters the fact that his only priority was deception. he wanted ghani to stage an event with some important afghans and a military figurehead to convince the international community that things were going well in afghanistan even though joe biden knew and ghani told him specifically on that phone call that the taliban was making rapid incursions. ghani could not have been more urgent in his request for air support, and to the afghan army needs air coverage.
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it's on the american level. for strikes against and so on. and when we left bagram, the contractors of the service of the afghan planes, they left as well. so the afghan army was vulnerable. and ghani was asking joe biden for help. joe biden tells him in that phone call, we may give it to you if you stage this fake event for me, but it will only last until august 31 when he -- his self-imposed deadline to withdraw paired after that he said, who knows. all joe biden wanted to end the reason this has happened is because he wanted a big event for himself to show himself on september 11 on the 20th anniversary to pose as the president who pulled us out of the endless war. after that he did not care what happened. he did not care if we brought out every american. it was all about deception. but i think the american people
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are seen through this at last. >> sean: status part, miranda, rick, we do not have any options now. they are trapped behind enemy lines, hostage to the whims of the terrorist organization. god help everyone of them. they are in our prayers. that's all we have left is what joe did to them. thank you both. we come back, the great one, mark levin, he has a message for joe biden after his reckless and unnecessary withdrawal from afghanistan. i don't think that you are going to want to miss his message. that's next. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> sean: here with more reaction to joe biden's ale years, the reckless abandonment of americans and never ending blame game, the author of a massive best seller, american
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marxism, the seventh straight week in a row he told me, the host of "life, liberty, live in and one of my best friends. the great one, i say at the end of the show, mark, i say let not your heart be troubled. my heart is aching, and i have like a five-alarm fire, all of these alarms going off in my head about how dangerous this is for hundreds and hundreds of our fellow americans, the exact number of which nobody knows. the number of which nobody knows. and all of it completely preventable and unnecessary. this president abandon the mark. he abandon our fellow americans. >> first i want to talk to general milley. general milley, i have this hanging on my office wall. you know what this is? this is george s patton. you know george s patton,
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general milley. how many anne franks are there tonight in afghanistan? how many anne frank's are hiding in sellers all across the country today. i want to talk about the people left behind. the hundred 24,000 who had been evacuated to safety, i want to talk about the millions that hae had unleashed on them and before joe biden became president in the united states were living mostly in peace. and mostly in safety, and what it was a neutralized afghanistan with a minimal american military footprint. i want to read something. i never do this. i went back to dwight eisenhower's book "crusade in europe." when he went to the death camps, he said the same day april 12, 1945 i saw my first or her camp. it was near the town of nova, never felt able to get the emotional reaction when i came face-to-face with the indisputable evidence of
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brutality against the and ruthless disregard of every shred of decency. after that time i had known about it only generally or through secondary sources, i am certain however that i have never at any other time experienced an equal sense of shock, i visited every nook and cranny of the camp because i sas my duty from then on to testify a firsthand about these things encase these these ever grew up at home the belief or assumption that the stories of nazi brutality were just propaganda. some members of the visiting party were unable to go through with the deal. i not only did so, but as soon as i return, to the patton's headquarters that evening, i sent communications to both washington and london urging the two governments to send recently -- eagerly to germany, a group of editors and newspaper groups. i thought the evidence it should be immediately placed before the
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american and british publics in a fashion that would leave no room, no room for cynical doubt." now we have propagandists in this country from the defense department, the state department, and the white house. highly paid admiral kirby, nick, ed jen psaki and others, and now generals who are part of the propaganda. do you think george patton or omar bradley or the top general george marshall would leave american citizens in enemy territory on the any circumstances or conditions! including at the order of the commander in chief. no commander in chief has ordered any general to leave citizens behind! what about these children and these women. what about the afghan allies, the men that fought next to us firefight after firefight? what about the 182,000 siv visas
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granted, special visas to patriots who fought side-by-side with americans? instead, we hear that the american citizens did not act fast enough. instead we hear this was a massive success. instead we hear we will use diplomacy to deal with these nazis. instead we hear we may in future work with them against isis as if they are different! it is the taliban that allowed al qaeda to attack us on 9/11! the taliban! they have our equipment! they have are people! they have our allies! they are going to threaten us! they are working with the communist chinese! they are working with putin! they are working with the iranians! listen to me, america. can you hear the screams of the people of afghanistan tonight? because they are screaming! can you hear the women being brutalized? can you hear the bullets in the execution, because it is occurring under the cover of
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dark, because our media is unable to be there, while they are celebrating at the state department and the defense department and at the white house, and while we want to turn the corner and change of politics! the human infrastructure of all things! and the covid-19, by god, i have never been more disgusted with my government, and the top brass of the united states military than i am right now! listen! they are screaming! do you hear them? they are begging for help! to you hear them? american citizens they say waited too long. waited too long! while joe biden lied to us over and over and over again. this is a humiliation for our country. it is part of our history that can never be wiped away. and i feel so horrible for our american troops, are real soldiers who would not have tolerated this, but for
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general austin and general milley and all the rest of them, and most of all joe biden, you have blood on the hands for the rest of your life. that's it. i'm done. spin on the one, mark live in. don't miss his show right here on fox. up next, dan rather actually compared pro-lifers to the taliban. well, i hope he heard mark. plus loading ramp and into louisiana and the aftermath of hurricane ida, residents trying to deal with the storm's destruction, senator kennedy weighs in on all of it coming up next. ♪ ♪ cranky-pated: a bad mood related to a sluggish gut. miralax is different. it works naturally with the water in your body
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abortion law, prohibiting abortions once the fetal heart beat is detected which occurs around six weeks. and the discredited news man dan rather comparing pro-life americans to the taliban. tweeting "it's worth noting many of the same people attacking the biden administration for leaving women's rights behind in afghanistan are eager to control women's bodies and choices in the u.s." of course that's just more evidence of another reason to never take that disgraced former cbs anchor seriously and to remember he was one of the original purveyors of fake news. but also tonight, louisiana is moving ahead on the recovery efforts in the aftermath of hurricane ida. residents facing weeks without power, even water. unfortunately some criminals exploiting the human suffering. new video, multiple reports, detail of looting in new orleans prompting anti-looting teams ten now have to be deployed across the city.
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here are the latest updates and thoughts on afghanistan, louisiana senator john kennedy. senator kennedy, i love our friends and your state of louisiana. our thoughts and prayers are with them. i know that people just had their lives upended, and now looting to deal with on top of it in the middle of rescue recovery? >> we take it full on the face, except for new orleans where the levy is held, thank the lord, this was worse than katrina. the wind, the rain, the storm surge, it was kind of like being in a blender for 12 hours. the destruction is breathtaking. but there is always something to be thankful for. and we are thankful that the loss of life was minimal. we will be back. my people are tough as a boot.
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i know one or two louisiana hands who once died, but they got up and walked it off. we will be back. but i'm not going to bubble wrap it. this one is bad. >> sean: well, i know one thing about people in this great country. they rise to the occasion. they will be helping out her friends in louisiana. i know samaritan's first, the red cross, so many others are doing magnificent work to help people. senator, we left americans behind, you heard mark live in, i don't know if you heard my opening monologue, i would like your thoughts. >> the last soldier left afghanistan on argus 30. it was an ignominious day whether you think we should have been in afghanistan or not.
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the withdrawal was a circus parade of bad decisions. some of my colleagues in washington are trying to spin it otherwise, sean. but this one is on spin-a bowl. you can put perfume on a pig, but it still stinks. the 13 service men and women who lost their lives in the withdrawal were and are lions. if nothing else, they are the reason you ought to stand up for the national anthem. now we are out, but it's not over. we left americans behind. we don't know how many. that's unconscionable. and we have to get them out. and the message that to the biden administration needs to be sending to the taliban today is
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this, until we get all of our people out, if you, the taliban, hurt a hair on their head, we will chase the killers down like a hound for hell, and we will kill you and hurt you the entire time you are dying. period. end of discussion. we also need to get our afghan friends out. we left many of them behind. it's unconscionable. i hope i'm wrong. i hope those -- but the taliban is going to cut them like a fish. this is not a good day for america. >> sean: presidents called us an extraordinary success, said it was that the right decision, a wise decision, the best decision, unparalleled results. he said, a magnificent display
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of public policy. the biggest airlift ever. 120,000 people brought to safety. when we break down those numbers, he breaks it down only 5,500 were american. now two weeks ago he said we had anywhere between 10000-15000 americans that were behind enemy lines. now they are behind enemy lines with no lifeline. there is no military. there is no diplomatic presence. and joe biden claims for some bizarre reason that we have all the leverage. i would argue, senator, we don't have any leverage. the taliban has a leverage. and if isis gets a hold of our fellow americans, they will have the leverage. and i would bet, we now know they are going house to house. and joe biden assigned death certificates of all of our afghan allies and leaving the database behind so they will be able to identify them. they will die, senator.
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>> yeah. well, we have leverage, sean. we did give it up. that's just the fact, and any fair-minded person -- i think they understand that. there is an old expression, you can't talk yourself out of something you behave yourself into. and the administration behaved itself into this. it ought to say, look, we screwed up here, but by god, we are not leaving anybody behind. that includes americans, and that includes the afghans who supported us through the years. and the president needs to follow through. if not for his own credibility, but for america's credibility throughout the world. for the first time in a long time, our allies have started to doubt us. and that makes the world a more dangerous place. >> sean: by far. senator, our prayers are with your great state. the people of new orleans and elsewhere. we will be there for them.
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we have to immediately cut taxes twenty-five percent. fix housing and homelessness. and make life in california affordable again. i'm a businessman, the only cpa running. shouldn't we choose ability this time? do you think john cox will be a better governor than gavin newsom? [sfx: bear roar] does a bear sh*t in the woods?
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♪ ♪ >> sean: now tonight, may be a political earthquake out in california. a male in the voting already underway in california, the recall race ahead of election day, september 14, gavin newsom on the verge of collapse with california about
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evenly split on whether to recall their disgraced leader. this will be a story about voter turnout in the end it always is. and if there is integrity in elections and the energy and enthusiasm that appears to be on the side of those in favor of a recall. governor newsom has failed on every front, energy policy, force management, no science involved. combating crime, the economy, being caught breaking his own ce dining at the ritzy french laundry restaurant when he was g everyone else to do the opposite and allowing his kids to have in person learning at a ritzy private school while every other california student did not have the luxury or exemption. in the left-wing lunacy in california keeps getting worse. get this, great city of san francisco is now rolling out a cash for criminals pilot program that will, get this, pay violent criminals not to shoot
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people. you can't make that up. and the men with all the momentum in this recall race, larry elder, he joins us. i think the biggest challenge. there has always been in remains, does gavin newsom get below 50? and it looks like there is a very good shot thatt this political earthquake israel. >> well, i think you are right, sean, right in the margin of error. the people that want them recalled or equal to the people that do not want him recalled. in the recall side has picked up several points in the last several weeks. the momentum as he pointed out all on our side. this business about paying criminals not to shoot each other, why didn't we think of that before? why don't we pay shoplifters not to shoplift? this is madness, this is california. in the stuff that gavin newsom has been doing. you are right about him shutting down the state and denying kids in school education while his own kids were enjoying in person private education. and the last time i was on,
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sean, nearly 80% of the kids educated in government schools are black and brown. these are the ones that pride himself on caring about. and the ones before the government doing a pandemic could not have agency and the math scores were worse. even though spending 15 grand on student per year. i will run twice in education, that's why the left has gone absolutely ballistic. >> sean: but the real question is first the recall part. they are rhetorical questions. question one, you want to recall gavin newsom? okay. if he gets below 50%, and you and one pole i saw you had a 15 point lead. where is no momentum? it's always about voter turnout. i think every state, he has the reform. voter i.d., signature verification. custody control, we should have partisan observers being allowed
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to observe both counts start to finish as the law requires in most states and up to eight voter roll every year. i don't think that there is nothing, located about that. that's what democrats don't want. my question is do you have integrity in the system in california? because as i understand it 20 plus ballots have already been mailed out? >> not only that, sean, you can print your own ballot under certain circumstances by contacting the secretary of state paired we are quite concerned about that. a voter integrity set up on my website with a lot of lawyers. if anybody spots anything specific us, go to . the reason that it was not overturned is because lawsuits were filed too late, we will file them on a timely fashion. encouraging everybody to vote, vote now, make sure that you sign your ballot turn it in or mail it in as soon as possible. go to . because my opponent has artie
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raise $50 million, sean. >> sean: a lot of money from hollywood. >> hollywood and big tech. they will outspend us, but we still believe that so many people are angry about the crime. the homelessness, the outrageous cost of living, the way that he ignored science while his own kids were enjoying in-person edd for the very first time in the , people are leaving and taking their taxpayer dollars with them. >> sean: if i move to california and promise not to shoot anybody, i will get paid? >> you can make a living not shooting people. who would have thunk it? >> sean: okay, only in california. >> what do you do for a living? oh, i don't shoot people. >> sean: i don't shoot people. i'm a professional nonshooter. larry elder, thank you. more "hannity" after this. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ summer is a state of mind, you can visit anytime. savor your summer with lincoln. >> sean: all right. unfortunately that's all the time we have left this evening.
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