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of that but we are. appreciate the report, thank you. >> thanks, tucker. >> tucker: that's it for us tonight. we'll be back every week night at 8:00 p.m. totally sincere. group think, we hope you have a great night with the ones you love. we want to introduce you to our friend sean hannity who takes over >> sean: welcome to "hannity." we are tracking multiple stories, dr. fauci's pathetic meltdown on capitol hill today. senator ted cruz will join us with a more chilling story about the fbi on january 6th. earlier today, he brutalized an fbi spokesperson. we'll play you that tape. first, we begin with democratic activist stacey abrams, as you all know stacey abrams still believes that she is the
rightful governor of georgia my she thinks she won in 2018 after losing, well, by nearly two points in georgia's gubernatorial race. she never conceded, claiming voter suppression, and now she's running for what she believes is her reelection and naturally the democrats' so-called voting rights legislation is one of her top issues. today, when joe biden kamala harris made a special trip to stacey abrams hometown to tout this new legislation, stacey abrams was nowhere to be found. apparently it was some kind of scheduling conflict. that's what we'll call it. take a look. >> are you insulted she's skipping the seat? >> i'm insulted you ask this question. i spoke to stacey this morning. we have a great relationship. we got our scheduling mixed up. we are on the same page. everything's fine. >> sean: pretty humiliating.
a scheduling conflict? is it perhaps that joe biden's poll numbers are so bad, stacey abrams refused to appear with the president and vice president of the united states and even meeting with them behind closed doors and couldn't bother coming up with a halfway decent excuse? this is a pretty low point for joe and kamala who are officially toxic giving members of their own party. make no mistake called by the so-called voting rights unconstitutional. this bill which would federalize elections enables democrats in washington to ban voter i.d., clear the way for bella harvesting, and for illegal immigrants to participate in elections. if you don't believe me, look at new york city. that's just week, they give the right of illegal immigrants to vote in municipal elections in new york city. top democrats are so passionate about the bill because they believed it is a surefire way to stay in power in perpetuity.
in other words, just like their court packing idea, just like their ending of the filibuster idea, just like d.c. statehood, puerto rico statehood idea, it's all about a power grab and all about rigging the system. it doesn't have anything to do with actual voting rights and that's why joe was in georgia and not joe's home state of delaware were voting regulations in his state where he served 575,000 years are far more restricted and george's laws are some of the most accessible voting laws in the country. they have 17 days in person early in voting. drop boxes in every precinct or you don't need an excuse, you need a reason in delaware, no drop boxes, no in person voting, and both states require voter i.d. so why are they not going after delaware? why hasn't joe lifted a finger all these years to make voting
more accessible in his home state? today during his big speech, joe was very as usual confused. he referred to kamala as "president harris." apparently joe believes he was arrested for marching for civil rights in the 1960s. a little fact-checked, that never happened. take a look. >> last week and the president harris and i stood in the united states capital to observe one of those before and after moments in american history. i did not walk in the shoes of a generation of students who walked to these grounds, but i walked other grounds because i'm so old, i was there as well. [laughter] not kidding, man. seems like yesterday the first time i got arrested -- anyway. >> sean: never happened. for the record, while millions did in fact risked their lives
in risk for civil rights many decades ago and lyndon johnson required the help of the republicans to pass the civil rights active '64, joe biden from he was busy trying to stop the integration of public schools when he partnered with the former klansman robert byrd kkk" byrd. he was worried that his children would grow up in schools that were "racial jungles." joe said that. according to joe if you don't support his federal election take over, you are a domestic enemy of the united states who sides with jefferson davis and the ku klux klan. he must know a lot about it but he's best friends with the former klansman. take a look. >> i know where i stand. i will not yield. i will not flinch. i will defend the right to vote. how democracies get all enemies. foreign and, yes, domestic. and the question is, where does
the institution of the united states senate stand? >> sean: the bill is so blatantly unconstitutional it will never pass the 60 vote threshold in the senate. in order for that to become law, democrats now led by biden who said he'd never do it just like you said the vaccine will protect you from getting covid and like he said a lot of other things he reneged on, that would mean a nuke of the filibuster. in other words, getting rid of the filibuster and completely up end the rules of the senate forever. according to them, the filibuster is racist and a relic of segregation. the very same filibuster that his party used a whopping 328 times in 2020, which joe thinks it's 2020 now. but in the real 2020. the same filibuster of the democrats passionately defended for years, let's take a trip down memory lane, shall we? >> speaking of those other candidates, several of them have
proposed major role structural reforms to our government and democracy, including abolishing the electoral college, abolishing the filibuster, which one of these do you support? >> nine. >> at the expended debate does is to force both aisles come together in a bipartisan compromising way. >> they want because they can't get their way on every judge to change the rules in midstream, to wash away 200 years of history. they want to make this country into a banana republic where if you don't get your way, you change the rules expect >> sean: chuck he wants to turn america into a banana republic. there are only two because senate democrats still in favor of the filibuster. that's joe manchin and kyrsten sinema. "the washington post" was "stubbornly opposed to it" pit
will they be investigated by your department of justice and your brand-new unit of domestic terrorism or is that you not only for parents protesting school boards? they are very dangerous. biden's energy secretary facing for calls to resign after reports he requested an official letter from the national school board association comparing those parents that care about their kids, and i go to school board meetings which have to be boring as hell, the terrorists. will be squarely focused on those that participated in the january 6 riots. by the way, there were riots in the summer of 2020, what about groups that chant what we want, dead cops, wind we want them? now. we investigate them? today senator ted cruz asked th fbi very important questions about that day, their answers o lack thereof are very telling take a look. >> how many fbi agents are
confidential informants activel participated in the events of january 6? >> sir, i'm sure you can appreciate that i can't go into the specifics of sources and methods. >> did any fbi agents or a confidential informants activel participates in the event of january 6, yes or no? >> sir, i can't answer that. >> did any fbi agent or at confidential informants create comments of violence on generat >> i can't answer that, sir. >> did any fbi agent or fbi informants actively encourage and incite crimes of violence on january 6th? >> sir, i can't answer that. >> a lot of americans are concerned that the federal government deliberately encouraged illegal and violent conduct on january 6th. my question to you, and this is not an ordinary law enforcement question, this is a question of public accountability.
did federal agents actively encourage violent and criminal conduct on january 6th? >> not to my knowledge, sir. >> sean: here with more is texas senator ted cruz himself. what an exchange that was. the fbi, this is the executive assistant director says "i can't answer that," "we can't reveal sources and methods." that doesn't prohibit the fbi, senator, in my mind that they could have said the fbi did nothing illegal, the fbi did nothing unethical, the fbi would never encourage any type of violence or participate in such. that would be a broad sweeping generalization without giving out any sources, any methods, any evidence whatsoever. why couldn't there be a blanket and now that's who we are, that's the way we act?
>> should have been in if they are doing their job, that's what they would've said. unfortunately under joe biden we've seen an incredibly partisan department of justice. both the justice department and fbi have an arrogance, they are unaccountable to anyone, they can stonewall. it should be very easy for the fbi to say no, no federal agents participated in violent crime. no, no federal agent pluralists actively incited and encouraged others to commit federal crimes. if they were doing their jobs, that would be very easy questions to answer. they refused to answer those. there is an element of arrogance. we've got to watch this in light of the last five years where we know the department of justice and the fbi was deeply politicized, it went after donald trump with all of its might, right down to an assistant general counsel at the fbi fabricating a counterfeit
document submitted to a federal court to try to target and take out president trump and given that history of deep, deep politicization that has undermined the integrity of these noble institutions, i think both the fbi, department of justice have an obligation to be candid and to come clean and in that same hearing i asked of the fbi official, i asked about one individual in particular. ray epps was there january 5th, january 6th. there are videos of him urging the crowd saying that we should go to the capital, but not just go to the capital, we must go in the capitol, urging them to break the law and he keeps saying in the capitol, in the capitol, and the entire crowd starts chanting "fed, fed, fed." the next day on january 6th, there's a video of him talking
to one of the people at that rally whispering in his ear and literally five seconds later, that person is pushing barricades down. the natural inference being that this individual urged him to break the law and said -- so i asked the fbi, is mr. epps an agent of the fbi, informant of the fbi? she stonewalled, refused to answer. we know the fbi put them out on the list of people we wanted information about and immediately disappeared. i need to be transparency and n administration needs to fess up in a politicized law enforcement did they actively encourage and solicit illegal -- >> sean: that doesn't reveal sources and methods. with all that videotaped evidence that you mentioned there, that would be somebody that would be a leader and agitator in something that can
never happen again. just like the riots in the number of 2020 and can happen again. i like to see that. why can't they just definitively say absolutely not and that wouldn't be a person of interest, they originally did say that. why did they back off that? >> they should be able to say that. law enforcement all the time has undercover officers. that's not unusual. what is unusual, what is illegal, is where those undercover officers to actively incite illegal conduct. if you and i go out to dinner and i'm undercover against you, that's fine. i can't say, sean, let's go knock off the bank. i've got a great idea. man up and let's go rob the bank. that's crossing the line, that is a legal -- >> sean: depends on how much we both drank before we gave an answer. i'm not trying to make light of it but i want to ask you another question. this attorney general i now feel
especially after the trump-russia hoax that went on for three and a half, nearly four years, drag this country through hell all based on a dirty russian disinformation dossier paid for by hillary, and pfizer warned pluralists were in fisa warrant pluralists, became the basis of a application, looking at texas bus risk law, far more accessible, george's law former assessable in the very restricted area where joe has served a whopping 577,000 years and he never lifted a finger to change the voting laws peer why is he attacking georgia and texas when his state is former restrictive? >> listen, it's absolutely hypocritical and the unfortunate answer is this attorney general is not up to the job. the job attorney general is to
make up for it, federal judge for 24 years. when he came in, had a reputation for not being overly political or being a man of integrity and he has lit that reputation on fire. what has happened as merrick garland has given into the political partisans. he hasn't had the strength of courage tell his own party no. he reported on a story that fox broke earlier today that is a great example of that. >> sean: shameful instance where the attorney general directed the fbi at the target and prosecute parents. to prosecute moms and dads as terrorist pluralists for going to school boards and expressing their displeasure at critical race theory -- >> its chilling. >> sean: boys in girls restrooms, assault. what fox, we know it came from a letter of the national association of school boards but
we now know that the ideal for the letter came from the biden administration, biden's secretary of education. you literally have a biden candidate member telling a left-wing group, hay, lobby the biden administration so we can investigate mom and dad as terrorists. it's an absolute political abuse of power and the attorney general should should be ashamed. >> sean: i agree. senator ted cruz, thank you. one thing also clear, the so-called january 6 committee with the predetermined outcome, they do not give a damn about the truth. the outcome is predetermined according to the committees too, literally nancy pelosi appointed g.o.p. "republicans." liz cheney and adam kinzinger, the u.s. constitution is above anyone individual. >> these false and dangerous
claims are aiding april 4 tell my former president at when our constitutional order is threatened as it is now, rising above partisanship is not simply an aspiration. it is an obligation. >> what is your purpose of your oath? to defend against all enemies foreign and domestic, are those just words we say? maybe it is to some people. >> it's at the heart we owed others that we love her so much that we will stand above politics to defend her. we will do everything in our power to protect our constitution and our freedom. >> my message to according to the chairman of the january 6 committee, pelosi is
off minutes. signed off and 20,000 national guard troops as legally required to do. why did nancy pelosi not agree to call them up? why did the mayor of d.c. not agree to call them up? listen to your own chairman, liz. >> lots of questions about the speaker made a major decision. our speaker pelosi advisors decisions, would you believe that would also be fair game for republicans if they join this committee to investigate? >> no. i don't... >> sean: she's not fair game? really? two people booted by pelosi from the committee for trying to hold them, they would've held nancy pelosi accountable. jim jordan, i start with you. if the goal, and it would be my goal, i personally would build a fence that would protect the capital dell makes me 25, every elected official, don't care what your politics are.
that's a must in this country. like we should protect every city from the rioting that took place in 2020. my question is this, donald trump, if you look at the words of mark meadows, the secretary of defense is in the room, the defense chief of staff cash patel was in the room, and authorized as the law requires 20,000 national guardsmen to be called up. the chain of command goes to nancy pelosi and muriel bowser for the troops to be called up, they have to sign off on it. we have a letter showing that muriel bowser never did. nancy pelosi obviously never did. now the chairman of the committee says that question is off limits. pelosi is off limits. my understanding is neither pelosi, the sergeant at arms coming muriel bowser, are required to hand over their emails, their texts, and their phone conversations for the days leading up in the days leading after. if we want this not to happen
again, don't we need to talk to them? >> here's the reason why they didn't do it. they spent 2020 normalizing violence but when they said we will defund the police, reimagine policing them when they said that rioters and looters who attacked police officers when the democrats say, oh, they are peaceful protesters, and by the way we will help raise money to bail those people out of jail. when you spend an entire summer doing that it's hard to say then, we accept what the president offers and will have the national guard here when we have all these people coming to town. that's the concern. when you spend the entire summer doing that. we condemned the violence that took place january 6, condemned the violence the entire summer of 2020. it would be nice if democrats would do the same darn thing. >> sean: jim, thanks. i'd like to know where is the subpoena for nancy pelosi. why did she reject donald trump's authorization for
20,000 national guard troops? what about muriel bowser? where is the subpoena for her? why did she reject it? where is the subpoena for the sergeant-at-arms, the d.c. police chief that made six requests for the guards, where are the subpoenas for their text messages, their phone calls and emails? why would liz cheney and adam kinzinger lecture us constantly about standing up for truth and the constitution and allow the people that denied the 20,000 troops, and i would make the case that if the 20,000 troops were there, january 6 never would've happened? >> it would've been a lot different. a much different day, sean paid those subpoenas are not going to come until jim jordan is the chairman of the judiciary committee and republicans went back. the democrats are going to continue to cover up the real story about january 6th, which is the breakdown of security at the capitol and it all happened on speaker pelosi's watch. she's the most powerful person
in charge of capital security speed 25 security.>> sean: isn'b question mike it's her job to keep the capitol safe and secure in conjunction with the sergeant at arms? isn't that true? >> the breadcrumbs all lead back to her offense. she won't release them. >> sean: dated the capitol police, even before the january 6 the date? >> he wanted the national guard therapy testified that he asked for the national guard there but the sergeant of arms were concerned about the optics. they have conflicting testimony and the guy who said he asked for it turned over his documents and communications. the guy who said, no, you didn't ask for, want to know over his coming occasions because a speaker's office won't let him here to add insult to injury -- >> sean: wait a minute... why would they not allow the committee to have their text
messages in the days leading up to the day of in the days after? what are they hiding, jim? >> because a lawyer for speaker pelosi... the only one who can answer that question is the one that the chairman said was off limits, the speaker of the house. >> sean: they don't want to get to the root cause and how to prevent this disaster from ever happening again. they won't call in the speaker, they won't call in the mayor, they won't call in the sergeant of arms, they won't demand that their emails, texts, and the phone records, they do not have a predetermined outcome? donald trump authorized the use of 20,000 national guard troops. it sounds to me like he did his job. why didn't they do their job, especially for those of us who never want this to happen again? >> we won't get to that until we get the majority back. >> sean: that is pathetic. that is pathetic.
that is a cover up of nancy pelosi, muriel bowser, the sergeant of arms. what did they know? when did they know it? give us that information. liz cheney and adam kinzinger, if you want to talk about the constitution, give us both. another tense day for dr. fauci. got into another heated exchange. dr. oz is back and a big announcement about tomorrow's show. straight ahead. or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. by hitting eczema where it counts, dupixent helps heal your skin from within keeping you one step ahead of eczema. hide my skin? not me. and that means long-lasting clearer skin... and fast itch relief for adults. with dupixent, you can show more skin with less eczema. hide my skin? not me. don't use if you're allergic to dupixent. serious allergic reactions can occur,
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christmas, new year's, they ran out of tests? and they ran out of monoclonal antibodies. there is no warp speed for the antivirals that every doctor i've talked to praises. watch the exchange with fauci and senator rand paul. >> to create quick and established takedown from epidemiologist pluralists. here to smear them as friends and take them down, and journals in lay press by this is not antithetical to the scientific method, it's cheap politics and is reprehensible, dr. fauci. and you related to personal attacks on me that have actually no relevance to reality. >> you are the lead architect for the response from the government and now 800,000
people have died. >> what happens when he gets out and accuses me of things and are completely untrue is that all of a sudden that kindles the crazies out there, and i had threats upon my life -- >> by attacking me you the one i was atthe ball field the day t steve scalise has died. i was 10 feet away from a staffer shot in the leg. >> sean: dr. oz, well known by everybody. you really want to give up one of the most successful syndicated talk shows in history to go to that sewer? i don't know. you are showing a lot of courage to do that and giving up a lot in the process. dr. fauci was wrong on his projections but he was wrong in march of 2020.
masks, tickle masks, masks in perpetuity, facts and masks we have something called omicron, dr. oz but whether you are fully vaccinated, people are getting it, vaccinated with boosters, they are getting it. fully vaccinated with the booster and with previous infection, natural immunity, you are still getting it. we ran out of tests. we ran out of therapeutics we've had for 18 months, these antivirals that you've been screaming from the hilltop, how does that happen in this country? we are the united states, how does that happen? for two years, you and i've been debunking false narratives that it's only about vaccines, which is what we only heard coming out from washington. it involves therapeutics. we talked about the fact that lockdowns harm things and do not make them safer. the masks you brought up, it's
why, why is this happening? the petty tyrant whose organized efforts with media to remove all dissent. there are a lot of doctors who don't like what's going on right now and i've tasted this personally but i fought against the u.s. government with arsenic and apple juice. the u.s. government shut down the use of arsenic in apples grown by u.s. farmers bear that's a good thing. arsenic is toxic but they did not change what happened to china. those chinese farmers kept growing apples with their arsenic's. juice importers imported cheap apples from china for the u.s. government shutting down u.s. apple manufacturers allowing chinese farmers to grow their apples, importing arsenic laced stuffed in this country, giving the apple to arcades. no one is checking. they work with media, they do conspire, being a charlatan and
will they begin the prosper? a full apology, but you ask why am i doing this? if they can silence scientists like me and the wonderful scientists who have raised their head doing the wrong thing with covid, they can silence every voice. >> sean: i live with this every day. we have more dead americans from covid in 2021 then 2020. joe inherited three vaccines and therapeutics like monoclonals. we have now shattered and all-day record for positive covid cases in the country. there are no tests. we ran out of tests. we ran out of therapeutics. where is operation warp speed for testing, so we have enough for every american when we needed? where is operation warp speed for monoclonal antibodies? where is operation warp speed for the antivirals -- i think it was the first person to tell me about them a long time ago. >> i tell you, it's
antiscientific arrogance but dr. felt she should dr. fauci mismanage this from the beginning as well. too many scientists who care and love this country deeply who aren't allowed to have their voices heard and that's what we have the problems you're speaking to. it's impossible we have the it's because the biden administration does not understand what motivates american scientists, american scientist to do their best. operation warp speed under president trump gave the world a solution. we are making turtle steps right now. we are sitting around a year after we've had access to medication when you would work and we didn't have enough of them over the holidays. and when i checked with companies, we are still several months away from having pills that we know can dramatically reduce the chance of people having complications from covid. inexcusable. >> sean: they say that we did not see omicron coming pete let
me make an announcement so joe can hear me loud and clear although he's sleeping, maybe somebody will tell him in the morning. joe, prepare yourself now because there will be another variant. is that a fair statement, doctor? i'm not playing one on tv. >> there is already another variant. don't know what it represents when it hits this country. it'll continue. this new variance will have more. we got to keep our eyes open. that is what medicine is about. protect the patient. >> sean: thank you, dr. oz. appreciate it. it is unforgivable. two years now, we ran out of tests, we don't have the therapeutics that we've had for 18 months? wow. you can't screw it up anymore than that. when we come back, house minority leader kim mccarthy what he'll do if republicans went back to the house in november and if i were a congressman, adam schiff or eric swalwell, you might want to think about another profession
♪ >> house minority leader kevin m ccarthy is laying out in america first agenda for a republic majority if they win the house in november. this this will be the most important midterm in our lifetime. first mccarthy says he will remove far left extremists like adam schiff, the single congenital liar he is. the biggest purveyor of election lies in this country and his hero russia huckster eric swalwell as well as congresswoman omar from the house foreign affairs committee and that's not all. mccarthy also vowing to move forward on legislation that could include an outright ban on
lawmakers trading stocks while in office. i made a new report on the questionable investing behavior of dozen of members in congress. including speaker nancy pelosi. here to explain, house minority leader kim mccarthy. let me start with this question. if you become speaker of the house next year, next time this year, would you pledge to have a real january 6 committee? we know that donald trump as required by law, he did it in front of the chairman of the joint chiefs, secretary of will youpledge that if you becoe speaker that you will subpoena nancy pelosi, it was there chain of command, had to call it up after the president approved it, the sergeant of arms in the d.c. police chief and will you
subpoena their text, phone calls, and emails if you become speaker? speak of the first thing i'm going to do, we've already preserved all those records be the answer could be very clear. why did the democrats pick and choose which republicans to be on, disallowing never before in history individuals i selected as minority leader. why did the chair of this committee say that this speaker is off limits? why did the speaker not allow the sergeant of arms -- why was the capital so ill impaired delma prepared and how to make sure it doesn't happen again? you cannot answer those questions without getting the communication. >> sean: the law will quired donald trump to allow them to be called up. and he became the jurisdiction of nancy pelosi and muriel
bowser. nancy pelosi, would like to know, she hasn't turned over her records to the sergeant of arms but you're pledging a full organization for the right reasons, we can't let this happen again. just like we can't let the summer riots of 2020 happen again. >> remember, what congress meant rodney davis who send a letter to preserve all that communications long ago, he is a ranking member of house administrations. he's also when we had all the reports of the changes that need to be made to the capitol police, he's offered them. but you have a democrat chair who stays home and vote the proxy instead of holding any of the hearings going forward. they chairman in january 6, that cannot be the case. we've got to make sure this capital is safe. >> sean: adam schiff the biggest purveyor of their election lies in this history. cannot get a security clearance
on the private sector, we all know about congresswoman omar. they will be taken off committee and put a ban on people like nancy pelosi, investing in stocks they might have influence on? >> intel committee is a special committee. this is where you get the secrets of america around the world. adam schiff will go down as one of the worst chairman's of intel. remember what he did, he turned it into a political community. we have afghanistan collapsing when the president said it's going to sustain itself. prisoners getting out where they took one of the criminals in that prison and killed 13 of our servicemen and women. they made 13 new gold star communities. if they focus on what they were going to focus on what they were focusing on instead of putting a fake dos year, we wouldn't have that situation. you have swallowed well who the fbi warned us to have a
knowledge of a chinese spy, continue to put on there. he is not going to be approved for security clearance. why would government give him a clearance to the secrets of america? it's very simple but we will turn the intel committee back around to what it supposed to be. protecting america around the world and knowing what's going to happen. instead of just making this a political organization. where else is adam schiff? he's on the january 6 committee. he should be focusing on protecting the country. we are going to bring back faith in congress, the speaker in the house has all the power. you can determine what bill was on the floor and what does her husband do? he invests. he buys options. he buys options when it comes to tech companies debating those bills and only one knows whether they'll pass the house or bring them up, and he makes millions of dollars in a month.
>> sean: can you do that and countability, you'll have the support of republicans and conservatives around the country. we all hold you to it. everyone of them. thank you for being with us. straight ahead, wait until you see this video. leo 20 terrel, lara trump, and a big announcement straight ahead.
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and the fun is contagious? delma! it's anti-vax barbie! she's independent, she doesn't trust science. >> vaccines are made of blood! >> barbie has a computer so she can do her own research. >> sean: the efforts to demonize americans and easy with vaccine mandates is even worse. the "los angeles times" mocking anti-vaxxers' debts are ghoulish, but necessary? fox news contributor's lara trump and leo 2.0 terrel. i don't even know when to begin here. >> i think sean, that jimmy kimmel busy reminiscing his days on "the man show" exploiting women and having blackface. but the people in america to be
anti-vaxers war kamala harris and joe biden. when they thought it was literally advantageous, they told people do not trust us vaccine but we don't trust as vaccine, neither should you. is it any wonder that people are a little skeptical now that these two individuals are in the white house and shoving it down people's throats with these unconstitutional vaccine mandates, sean, that you just reference? people do not want the government making a medical decision for them. we should say, by the way, that operation warp speed, the vaccine would not be here without operation warp speed, without donald trump. it's one of the great achievements of modern history. however, we know that it protects you if you get covid from getting seriously ill. it doesn't protect you as a cdc director admitted from actually transmitting b26, from getting covid but why do we not hear more out of this white house about natural immunities
question my people who like millions of people out there, caught covid, recovered from covid, have immunity, have the antibodies? therapeutics like you were talking to dr. oz about earlier in the show? if you go into any hospital in america and ask for something like regeneron, you can't find anywhere because no one wants to talk about these things. it's just about the unconstitutional vaccine mandates. yes, people are a little skeptical of the government, jimmy kimmel making decisions for them question why jimmy kimmel has as much credibility here as dr. fauci and i think we all know what that means. >> sean: i think we do. leo? >> i will tell you right now. i disagree with laura on one thing, i think operation warp speed was donald trump's greatest achievement. i piggyback on everything laura just said. the biden administration is a failure with the vaccine. said i'm going to get rid of the
virus, a liar on that. no testing right now. the reason that you went to atlanta, he's running away from his failures relating to his approach toward the virus! he has failed here that's why he went to atlanta. the fun mental issue is this, the vaccine does not stop infection or transmission. the key here is that they have tried to attack individuals who have decided to go out to her natural immunity, therapeutic. he's done everything to throw them under the bus. the problem is all the promises he made he has failed. one last point, he under his own standard, he should resign because of the number of deaths that have occurred under his administration. >> sean: well said. we will get laura one of the leo 20 hats. when we come back, the big announcement straight ahead.
evening, as always we thank you for being with us. you make the show possible. quick programming note. tune in tomorrow night. we have an exclusive interview with paul manafort. his first since being pardoned by president trump. this story will blow you away. you want to know how corrupt your government is? tune in tomorrow night at 9:00. that's all the time we have. please set your dvr an let not your heart be troubled. by the way, who did you want to win last night's championship game? >> laura: well, i have to say, alabama, as you know. you have a lot of fans there, a lot of georgia and alabama fans. they said to say hi to you. however, i'll say, an i'm going to get into this later. how did you know i was going to get into this whole thing? hannity: people don't know that about you that you love sports. >> laura: you knew it. >> you love sports.
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