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an electric bus, no exhaust. new diesel smell. >> tucker: when you're in an electric bus, it's an electric bus, right? i mean, it's a bus but it's electric, there's no exhaust. we will be back tomorrow. have the best night. ♪ ♪ >> sean: welcome to "hannity" and this is a fox news alert. the all-important g.o.p. senate primary race in the commonwealth of pennsylvania has yet to be called now, what, six days after election day. in fact, vote counting is still underway. keep in mind the state hasn't even begun the recount process. every american should look at this and realize this is on acceptable. it's an acceptable for the people of pennsylvania, it's acceptable for every candidate. it's just on acceptable and something that should be easily fixed. major democracies all over the
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world, they were able to produce nationwide results in a single night when they have tens of millions of people voting, but apparently not pennsylvania. recently, france determined a winner in their runoff presidential election in less than 24 hours despite over 82 votes being cast. as chair, candida managed to confirm the results countrywide during a single day in what was a very close election. and in 2016 it took united kingdom about a day to get the final results there during the brexit referendum despite 33.5 million votes cast in that election. but now it's taking the commonwealth of pennsylvania, watch, days, six days, maybe weeks, to count around a million votes in the senate primary? so what's happening here? how did we get to this point? for starters, the state's widespread mail-in voting is a big problem. in 2019 pennsylvania did pass a new law allowing no excuse mail-in voting, which, by the way, and interestingly, violates
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that state's constitution. constitution is very clear on this. rather than go through the arduous process of having a constitutional amendment, which is harder than passing a law, they took the easy way out, which makes the act itself unconstitutional. the state's constitution especially states that absentee voting is only allowed "in the event that a person's duties, occupation, or business require them to be elsewhere or who on the occurrence of any election are unable to attend at their proper polling places because of illness or physical disability or who will not attend a polling place because of the observance of a religious holiday or who cannot vote because of election day duties in the case of a county employee." that's right there in the constitution. but now this recent bill allows any voter to cast a ballot by mail for any reason in the weeks leading up to the election. these ballots are accepted until 8:00 p.m. on election day, but
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cannot be opened or counted until the day of voting is underway. you end up with problems like this. look at lancaster county for one buried more than 21,000 mail-in ballots could not be scanned because they were printed with the wrong identification code. there was also serious questions about mail-in ballots with missing dates and signatures. we are tonight in the middle of an investigation on this program of a major potential contradiction from lawyers on this case. we will have a full report tomorrow and we will give you all sides of that issue. no matter how you look at this, it's a train wreck. and by the way, it can and it must be fixed. for example, we saw what happened in 2000, the presidential election in florida, an unmitigated disaster, but to the credit of the sunshine state, they resolved those problems in part by counting absentee votes as they arrived and addressing any issues prior to election day. of course as i have said many
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times, for any state to have true election integrity, you need several things. you need mandatory voter i.d. laws, signature verification. most states allow for partisan observers to watch the vote count from start to finish. there should be mandatory in every state, in my view. you got to have chain of custody protection, you should update voter rolls for every election, and i will also add unlike new york city and other places on the country, you need to be a citizen to be able to vote, and by the way, the vote needs to be counted in full in front of people from every single party there. up close, not 100 feet away. not 1,000 feet away. here we are days and weeks of vote counting with results seemingly changing overnight. does not inspire confidence or integrity in the process to anyone at all. let's be blunt. if france can do it, i think we can do it too. but there's not much time.
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all the states in this country, we need to get it right and get it right now. tonight we are just five months away from critical midterm elections. with the democrats now in control in the house and senate and the white house, our country is falling apart at the seams, stagflation, coming recession, spiking gas prices, a nationwide baby formula shortage, disaster at our southern border, over a million covid deaths and americans still trapped in afghanistan if you're counting like we are, day 282 since joe abandoned them behind enemy lines. but tonight joe biden is in asia where he told americans to suck it up and deal with rising gas prices because our country is going through an incredible transition. take a look for yourself. >> president biden: here's the situation. when it comes to the gas prices, we are going through an incredible transition that is taking place that god willing one is over will be stronger when the world a stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over.
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>> sean: joey actually said the quiet part out loud. a fairly high gas prices are the point. the suffering is intentional, is that what you're telling us? they want this country to transition into a socialist eco-state hell-hole which would not be possible with low energy cost? energy is the lifeblood of the world's economy. joe biden's policies artificially reduce the world supply. is it any shock that the man remained constant and even increased as the price goes up and we are all paying the price. the average family, the biden inflation, nearly $6,000 a year. if you drive a car every day, you're going to pay about $2,000 more for gasoline this year. we will see how high the number goes by the end of the year. but were member this, it was only four years ago to the day, today -- four years ago today chuck schumer posed in front of a gas station and then berated then-president trump for high gas prices, which at the time were under three bucks a gallon.
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now where talk about gas prices at six bucks a gallon. for .71 is the average today. take a look >> president trump's equus decision to pull out of the iran deal has led to higher oil pric. these higher oil prices are creating -- something we notice proportionally hurts middle and lower income people. final price of gas under obama, $2.36. current price for gas under trump, $2.92. mr. president, you can't blame this on president obama as you try to blame everything on him. it's time for you to act. >> sean: time for you to act. the climate alarmist religious cult, they're the ones that are pushing joe biden to not drill for oil, not frack for gas. we have gas now poised -- jpmorgan predicting $6 a gallon average nationwide. where is chuckie now?
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$4.71 is the national average today. he's not out posing outside of an exxonmobil station, he's not screaming and yelling about the plight of the working men and women in this country or he's not lecturing or threatening supreme court justices on the steps of the supreme court. it's almost as if he doesn't really care about the middle class and was only using them as a political prop to of course bludgeon donald trump. chuck schumer is a big reason why americans don't trust politicians, and then there's our wonderful vice president kamala harris. while joe is easy in asia, she's holding down the fort right here at home and it's going about as well as you might expect. take a look for yourself. >> when we talk about our children, i know for this group we all believe that when we talk about the children of the community, they are a children of the community. >> sean: the community. it's like an episode of "veep." but whatever if you like to watch these shows. according to multiple polls, joe
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and kamala are hitting record lows in pretty much every poll according to a new ap survey. not only is biden's approval at a new low, he's also hemorrhaging support among members of his own base. biden is losing support, dramatic support, from the african american community, hispanic americans, he's lost 40% of their vote in one poll. the youth vote he's losing, majority of voters believing joe is both incompetent and distracted, but don't worry, because the dumbest guy in washington, biden's chief of staff, ron klain, thinks his boss is doing better than ever. in response to a new cbs poll showing that nearly 70% of view, the american people, think the economy is bad and biden is slow to react, ron klain is out there tweeting "i hate to spoil the rhetoric, but this poll shows the president's approval rating moving up and solid public confidence on the two biggest problems he inherited, covid and jobs." really? okay. we ran out of tests on your
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watch. anyway, remember more people still blame joe. joe, by the way, last week's quinnipiac poll had him at 32% approval rating, and that's among everybody. unfortunately, most people cannot simply afford to live in ron klain's fantasy world. in fact, 64% of you, the american people, because of biden inflation, the higher cost of every item we buy in every store we go to, record high after record high after record high gas prices, 64% of americans in this country are now living paycheck to paycheck. i've been there for many years in my early adult life. it's not a fun place to be. bills can be paid, cars got to put gas in to run so you can get to work. groceries to buy, meet is getting more expensive than ever. spiking inflation, spiking gas prices, coupled with a looming recession, it's devastating to these americans but ron klain just doesn't seem to understand.
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here with reaction, louisiana senator john kennedy is with us. senator, am i wrong in thinking that as the united states of america, one of the best countries -- not a perfect country, but the greatest country god gave man, and don't you think it ought to be possible for every state in this great union of ours to be able to get a vote count done within 24 hours like other countries get tens of millions of votes counted? >> yes, and to restore confidence in our election. we have to do come at a minimum, three things. first, we have to defeat, as we have so far, president biden's attempt to establish a federal election code. number two, we have to go back to having an election day, not an election month. i'm okay people want to vote by mail. that's up to the states. but the ballots, they need to be
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in and counted by election night. let me say it again. we need an election day, not an election month. and number three, and this is -- this is unconditional. you have to be required to prove you are who you say you are to vote. and if we would do those three things, i think people would have a little more confidence in our election system. i would like to say something, sean, about -- i'm sorry. >> sean: you go. >> you mentioned -- you mentioned oil and inflation. president biden was inaugurated on january 20th last year. so we are on day 488 of build back better. so far the policy failures from this administration have gushed like an open fire hydrant.
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you mentioned oil. the president is clearly obstructing america from drilling for its own oil for environmental reasons, he says. instead, he wants us to buy oil from foreign countries. those foreign countries transport that oil to us in tankers that use the 2,000 gallons of fuel per hour and emit 8 tons of co2 per hour. >> sean: [laughs] >> the irony is rich. that's a special kind of stupid. on inflation. >> sean: that's a special kind of -- keep going, your honor roll, i'm not stopping this. >> well, on inflation -- peers with the american people see. president biden gave americans three $600 stimulus checks.
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and then, for his next trick, he crashed their 401(k)s and increased their gasoline bills by $800, their food bills by $3,000, and their rent by $2,000 a month. now, unless you have untreated mental illness, you know that is not a good trade. and that's why most americans, at least on the economy, would -- right now -- would not trust the biden administration to properly open a paypal. its economic illiteracy is astounding. >> sean: you know, i know what it's like. early in my adult life to live paycheck to paycheck. that was for some period in my life, and i spent all of my money on college, ran out, i have to go work. i did all that stuff that i've told people hundred times about. but i will tell you it's not a
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fun feeling, senator. now we have nearly two-thirds of americans in that position. that frightens me, and what makes me even more frightened is i don't see a bill clinton moment coming. i've been saying this. bill clinton, air of big government is over, the end of welfare as we know it, quote sister soldier moment. bill clinton had the ability to adjust and adapt to conditions that were unfolding in his presidency. i don't see that quality in joe or the entire democratic party for that matter, and that scares me for the future. i will give you the last word on this. >> well, quite the opposite. president biden says that he has no control over gasoline prices and oil prices. you can't have regulatory control over the drilling, transport, storage, refining, training, and taxation of oil, as the president does, and
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accurately make that statement. in the american people just don't believe him, because it's just not true. >> sean: senator, always great to have you. you are up for reelection. i don't even really mention your race because your so loved in louisiana, i predict right now i think you're going to win by double digits. however, i always warn people, never take any vote for granted. so we will follow your race more closely as time moves on. thank you, sir. >> go to -- go to john john to learn more about my race. >> sean: always great and happy. here with maurice texas senator ted cruz. senator graham agreed to happy you. i'm watching what's happening with your state at the border, the chaos there, you see what's happening in afghanistan, what's more in europe, and they didn't see the urgency of actually getting weapons that would defeat putin immediately and now
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god only knows how long this is going to drag on. and all of these issues, senator, including the high price of energy, were preventable to me and they were all fixable that's what's frustrating the most to i think all americans. that's why joe's approval rating is 32%. >> sean, you're exactly right and in many ways it's breathtaking. you look issue by issue. this white house has gotten everything wrong. that's actually hard to do. i mean literally if they rolled dice at the floor, if they threw darts of the wall, they'd stumble in by accident to something right, but on spending, on that, on economics, on the border, on foreign policy, it's all a train wreck. in a joke that you ought to bring joe biden down to vegas and just have him pick red or black, bet on the opposite, you'd win every time, you wouldn't have to live paycheck to paycheck. but there's actually a reason for this. the reason they are wrong
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100 out of 100 times is they've handed the agenda over to the radical left, to the socialists. it's bernie sanders, it's aoc, it's elizabeth warren, and socialist policies don't work. so you take energy -- listen, $4.71 today is the average price of gas nationwide. joe biden isn't unhappy about that. he's in tokyo celebrating saying it's an incredible transition, incredible for you, you fly a 747 with the taxpayers pay for your jet fuel. what joe biden is saying is if you at home -- if you drive a pickup truck, to hell with you, you can't drive your pickup truck. if you have a suburban, you've got to get rid of that. if you've got a minivan, you've got to get rid of that. we are all getting toyota previouses, although he's going to pitch it as we are all getting tesla's, but apparently someone is going to give us 100 grand to get one. it is the most arrogant contempt for working men and women in this country, that is the view of the hard left, let them eat
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cake. john kerry, as he flies his private jet all over the globe, says gosch, you've got to give up your pickup truck because i care so much about the environment and it's just -- it's cruel and messed up and i think american people are really seeing it. >> sean: senator, we have come in terms of natural gas and our oil reserves in this country and our natural resources, we have the ability to be energy independent for 200 plus years, and that's without finding anything new, which we likely will. and for the life of me, i don't understand why they would beg a venezuelan dictator, murdering fog, they go pack that keeps rejecting them, and make a deal with the iranian mullahs, just like our european allies are making putin about a billion dollars profit a day, because they allowed themselves to become dependent on a hostile regime and we pay the bulk of monies for their defense against russia.
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so it all seems to come down to energy. summary comes up with a brilliant idea we could all have cheap energy and it's all green and i'm going to save money, i'm all for it. i will take that deal, but right now that technology doesn't exist, senator, as far as i know. i'm following the science. >> i will tell you, we actually do have right now the best answer for cheap energy, which is american oil and american gas. when joe biden was sworn in, the average price of gas was a little over two bucks a gallon. now it's $4.71 a gallon. he's nearly doubled the price of gas in less than a year and a half. and you want to actually talk about the environment? look, the cleanest energy in the world, among the cleanest, is produced here in america. united states is an oil superpower, a natural gas superpower, the number one producer in the world. we were a net energy exporter until joe biden came into power, and it is hurting the american people, it is zealous. i got to say, by the way, i
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watched the interview with john kennedy, i love john kennedy, he's got a great sense of humor but i'm impressed he pitched his website almost as well is lindsay does. i'm feeling a little left behind, so i got to at least say ted, ted, ted >> sean: i will endorse you now, when are you up, 2024 something? >> 2024 but i'm on the road every weekend between now and election day. and i'm on team sean. >> sean: thank you, sir. when we come back, biden's border crisis is getting worse by the day, we just set a record month. now a judge holds the repeal of title 42. does that help democrats? as a going to make any difference? texas governor greg abbott, he will weigh in and, well, we had people inside the courtroom. the latest development. yeah, hillary clinton made the approval of the russian lie. that testimony came in. we will tell you more, new developments straight ahead. ♪ ♪ manufacturing firm.
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♪ ♪ >> sean: late friday a federal judge halted bidens efforts to repeal title 42 border protections, but that's not stopping the administration from continuing to release illegal immigrants into the interior of the u.s. because according to a new report from the daily mail, well, hundreds of migrants were released into the u.s. on the day that title 42 was scheduled to end. so it appears that it's business as usual for open borders biden and his efforts to turn the country into the united sanctuary states of america and aid and abet lawbreaking and also give special privileges to illegal immigrants. you know, they get a biden phone, they don't get a covid test, they get free transportation to the state of their choice, no vaccine mandate that we know of.
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the number of migrant encounters soared to a new record 235,000 just this past month of april. with over 115,000 at least being released into the u.s., and that's only the people we know about. expect that number to get worse, because if title 42 is eventually lifted, it would get worse, way worse. here now, texas governor greg abbott. interestingly, i do believe, in a way, you have people like mark kelly, beto o'rourke. by the way, the guy that said hell yeah we are coming your guns, now all of a sudden is a believer in the second amendment. out of nowhere he just started saying we need to secure our borders. so i guess we call that election-year conversions, don't we, governor? >> we show how powerful the issue is and it's destroying biden because i think he has like a 23% favorability rating with regard to his handling of the border and immigration, and obviously beto o'rourke, who ran
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for president as an open bar a candidate now suddenly realizes that's not selling very well in the state of texas. i must make this very important point, because you talk about how title 42 still remains in place, but we still see people coming across the border. it was only a year and a half ago when president trump was still in office and when president trump was enforcing title 42, people were not coming over the border. this is a problem that starts at the top with president biden knowingly, purposely allowing people to come in, knowingly violating the law. investigations need to be had to find out why biden is flouting the law of the united states of america, allowing these illegal immigrants to come into the united states. >> sean: you know, when you look at the record that was set last month alone and you look at the impact on border states like yours -- now, i just want to be very clear here, you know what the law is, i know what the law is. if i went down to the border and i was aiding and abetting people entering this country illegally,
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i think i would get arrested for that. if i then transported them to any part of the u.s., wouldn't i get arrested and likely convicted of human trafficking? >> you could. here's the deal, the biden demonstration has been aiding and abetting these people coming into the united states illegally and so they are genuinely legal investigations that could be conducted definitely concerning secretary mayorkas, but also the president and his entire administration. but listen. texas, we are not going to just roll over here, we are stepping up and doing things that no state has ever done. the first date ever in history of the country to build a wall. the first state ever in the history of the country where the governor of texas is working with the governors of mexico and together we are doing more to secure the border than what the biden administration is doing. and talk about buses. i found that people across the country love the fact that we are busing these migrants up to washington, d.c. >> sean: i love the idea.
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>> if you want to help, you can go to border bus dot texas dot geo v to help out. >> sean: human you want me to donate to that? >> not you. your audience. i got phone calls from around the country where people wanted to drive a bus they like the idea so much. >> sean: the last thought here, governor, if you don't mind, i believe -- i'm the product of legal immigration in all four of my grandparents from ireland went through ellis island. in this day and age, is it really too much to ask for a background check to make sure you don't have radical associations in the middle of a pandemic, a health check to make sure that you're not going to infect other people in this country, and also, we just simply cannot afford to take people into the country when we can't balance our budget as it is, and you have to show the means to be able to take care of yourself. otherwise, if you meet those conditions, we have x number of
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people we invite ever year, i'm fine with that, i don't care where you come from as long as you meet those conditions. and do it legally. >> and the last comment was the most important. do it legally. there are laws that are well thought out and passed by the congress. those laws must be followed. you mentioned background checks, there are known people in the terrorist watch list who have been apprehended. those are the ones apprehended not counting the got away for less. the president of the united states is allowed people in the terrorist watch list into our country, so that is an abdication of his duty. >> sean: by the way, i love the election your conversion of beta overwork. if you were ever to get elected, and he won't, by the people of texas, they are too smart, the day after, he'd be back to hell yeah, i'm coming for your guns, i guarantee it. anyway, governor, thanks for being with us. coming up, we 2 of the sussman trial underway after new bombshells came to light this weekend. we are going to tell you what happened in court.
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we have president trump's attorney gregg jarrett, they break down all the latest on what is the single biggest abuse of power corruption scandal in the history of this country that the rest of the media will ignore. straight ahead. ♪ ♪ ves long-lasting freedom from pain, with fewer pills than tylenol. instead of taking pills every 4-6 hours, aleve works up to 12-hours so you can focus on what matters. aleve. less pills. more relief
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♪ ♪ >> sean: yet another explosive development tonight in the michael sussman trial as we are now learning that when the fbi opened up its investigation into that phony trump tower alpha bank conspiracy theory, all debunked, the bureau claimed in writing that the information came from within the department of justice. that is completely false. the information came from clinton lawyer michael sussman and now it comes as several more fbi officials are set to testify this week, including
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peter strzok's boss and is the one who ultimately decided to launch the crossfire hurricane investigation and the 45th president, donald trump, he's reacting to testimony from last week from former clinton campaign manager robby mook, who revealed that in fact he got over his permission, she herself authorized disseminating the alpha bank hoechst to the media mob. former president rightly told and digital "for three years i had to fight her off and fight these crooked people off, and you'll never get your reputation fully back. where do i get my reputation back"? reminiscent of ray donovan. here with reaction, fox news legal analyst, gregg jarrett, along with trump attorney. you were in the courtroom again today. tell us the latest. >> yes, i had my team in the courtroom today, and we will be there all week, as i've told you, sean, so today was a big day. we have bill priestap, he spoke,
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cooking refreshes recollection even when he saw his nose, he had no memory, it was very interesting. within iran gaynor and allison sanz testified today. the biggest things that we got out of today's testimony was that there was a close hold on sussman, which on the fbi means they hid the source of the information and that was highly convenient considering that michael sussman was retained by the dnc and hillary clinton for america campaign. we then heard, as you mentioned, that the department of justice was mentioned as the source for the white papers, which are the falsified documents by the company new star. by michael sussman. and we learned a little bit more today about how those were doctored and then funneled up and it's a really sad day i think for the fbi and to see and remember that their motto is
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fidelity, bravery, and integrity, and today we witnessed zero integrity, zero bravery, and just a complete destruction of everything that is supposed to be objective and fair in our country. it was a sad day today i think. >> sean: it is sad for the country but i do want to point out, that's the 1% in power at the top of the fbi. gregg i call the the biggest abuse of power corruption scandal in our history. we have a situation if we look big picture here where you have literally hillary clinton bought and paid for dirty dossier. that's in one bucket. then you got the alpha bank, trump server in trump tower connection, that was a lie. but you have the candidate herself paying for the russian disinformation in the case of the dossier, and then disseminating false information in the alpha bank bucket and here we have -- then you fast-forward four years. everything that they've said, every lie they told about
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donald trump, they drive to the country through hell and then four years later, when you really have a real october surprise, that's russian disinformation. and they had no basis to make that claim and it turns out they were wrong there too. so obviously we've got a big problem in this country come up because what they did to the country and president donald trump is an unprecedented, and i don't think these people will be held accountable. >> yeah. they invented a live, and they peddled it to the media into the fbi and they held hostage the american nation for the better part of three years and to some extent due to norma's damage if not ruined trump's presidency. here we learned today in court that the fbi, james comey and his minions, were lying to their own field agents and as one field agent today said, had we known the truth, had they been honest with us, it would have changed the equation dramatically. we would have recognized the
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hoax for what it was, a political smear invented by hillary clinton and funded and disseminated by her personally, by the way, as well as her many confederates. but the other thing we learned today that was so shocking is that by january of 2017, just as the new president is being sworn in, not only had the fbi completely knocked down and debunked the phony dossier, but they realized this whole secret back channel alpha bank communication was also a hoax. what did comey and mccabe and peter strzok do? did they come clean? did they come to congress and say we shut down the investigation, it was all a hoax? did they tell the truth to the american people? did they refute the endless stories by the media that claims that trump was a russian asset? no, they kept quiet, they used it instead as a pretext to
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escalate their investigation of donald trump to drive him from office, and then comey stole government documents when he was fired to trigger the appointment of the special counsel who just happen to be his longtime friend and colleague bob mueller. and it should be especially disgraceful to bob mueller and his 19 prosecutors that they either didn't know that hillary clinton invented all of it, or they knew it and covered it up. >> sean: and the same bob mueller that didn't know what fusion gps is, which is like impossible to copperhead. we got 30 seconds. give us a preview of what we can expect the rest of the week. >> we might actually hear a verdict by the end of the week. on hoping by friday we will hear a verdict. >> sean: wait a minute, you mean a verdict from a jury pool that has three clinton donors, and aoc donor, has a juror whose
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apparent daughter is on the same team as sussman's daughter? we expect -- >> yeah, the coach. the coach of the rowing team. yeah, i didn't say a fair verdict, i said a verdict, which is why we have our lawsuit, because if we didn't have our lawsuit, then, you know, we would have no hope. and as the former president, my client said, you can't get back the tarnish and damage that happen. with the fbi did was disgusting. peter strzok it all of them knew what was going on and even if sussman's intent was to obstruct justice, they knew better but they didn't care because their vitriol for donald trump was so severe and hillary clinton could not give up that white house, she couldn't even imagine it and that's where we are here today. it is very scary for american citizens when the fbi is colluding with a candidate. >> sean: thank you, and thank you. when we come back, it is primary season, voters in the great state of georgia -- not according to stacey abrams -- anyway, are headed to the polls
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tomorrow with a number of key primaries on the ballot. we will check in with senate candidate herschel walker, gubernatorial candidate david perdue as their campaigns now head into the final day. straight ahead. ♪ ♪
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the choice for attorney general is clear. democrat rob bonta has a passion for justice and standing up for our rights. bonta is laser focused on protecting the right to vote and defending obamacare. but what's republican eric early's passion? early wants to bring trump-style investigations on election fraud to california, and early says he'll end obamacare and guard against the growing socialist communist threat. eric early. too extreme, too conservative for california.
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♪ ♪ >> sean: primary night tomorrow in georgia and elsewhere. herschel walker on the ballot in the g.o.p. senate primary in georgia in a race to take on the failing far left senator raphael warnock. this is a key opportunity to flip the democratic-held seat to republican and the walker campaign seeing more and more momentum. here to explain himself is georgia senate candidate herschel walker. look, i don't go by polls, i go by actual votes, but in the polls, i mean, you're leading by a very significant margin. your final message as you head
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into this day tomorrow? >> my final message is on the right man for this job and i think people can see it. when you see my opponent talk about coming in second -- coming in second, we've always put america second, but america is not second. it's come in first and that's what i want to see people do. but got to get this economy back together, got to get national security back together, get the communities safer and we've also got to get that american dream. you can't do it if you come in second. one america leads, this whole world is doing well, and right now i've got opponents talking about coming in second. we don't want that. i want people to want to fight for this country, fight for this american dream and they don't seem to want to do it. >> sean: i'm going to get into this with david perdue in just a second here. you did hear the comments of stacey abrams about georgia being the worst place to live. if you think it's that bad, maybe the people of georgia will give you a one-way ticket to the state of your choice if you're not happy there.
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>> i'm totally shocked by her saying that because why are you here, why are you running for governor if this is the worst place to live? you can't make it better because you had your chance to do better and you made a lot of money. from what i hear you made a lot of money come up the voters down. these are good people here in georgia, that's the reason i decided to run because i want to represent them. i owe them a debt. the debt i owe them as they always got behind me, supported me. that's the reason i told them i'm going to fight, i'm going to fight to make sure that their voice is heard in washington because that's what they elected me to go to washington to do. >> sean: it's interesting, in a past interview, you told me that after this primary, assuming you win tomorrow, you want to go into areas that are heavily democratic and you want to try and persuade them to come over to your side and if you ultimately win the senate seats coming want to serve all the people of georgia. i think it should be a message of every candidate myself. i thought that's a good message.
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not everybody says that, and i think we are witnessing something pretty dramatic, a shift in demographics, more african-americans, more hispanic americans, more young people, more women in the voting demographics. if they are all going towards the republican party. why do you think this shift, and is it real? >> one of the things, sean, i'm going to those areas right now because i'm not just waiting until after the primary is over. right now they know i'm going to represent them and i've said it before and i will say it again. i represent all the people, whether you are republicans, whether you are independent, or whether you are a democrat. i represent you, and if you're an alien living in georgia and you have your citizenship, i'm going to represent you too because i want everybody's voice to be heard and that's what people are supposed to do when they go to washington, rivers and all the people and i'm tired of them trying to separate people through color or separate people through their thoughts, their mind, i think that's the
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wrong thing to do. >> sean: we are the united states of america, i think we forget that too often. herschel walker, thank you, good luck tomorrow. also tomorrow, there is a high-stakes battle in the georgia gubernatorial primary where former senator david perdue is challenging the incumbent governor, republican governor guy brian kemp. here with reaction, republican gubernatorial candidate, former georgia senator david perdue. georgia is the worst state in the country to live according to stacey abrams. i would assume the people of georgia, if he started a fund, i think they'd probably contribute and say fine, leave, go to the state of your choice. >> sean, i offered today to buy her ticket myself. i would have to buy private plane because she doesn't fly on commercial planes, she's made so much money ripping off the people here in georgia. but this is about her ambition to become president of the united states. she doesn't care about georgia, it's obvious. i was born and raised here in georgia and i tell you i am offended by that. and i think a lot of americans
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are -- a lot of georgians are as well. my message to people in georgia, if you're fed up with this kind of rhetoric from the democrats and the failed biden administration and if you're a spat up as i am with career politicians and rhinos selling us out and not fighting for us, then your opportunity is to stand up tomorrow and vote. look, we had a record turnout so far, sean, and we've got to do it again tomorrow. i'm told that only 1 out of 3 republicans will actually vote in this primary, and that's an acceptable. we can dictate our direction and make sure stacey abrams is never governor of georgia, but only if we get out and vote tomorrow. >> sean: it's very, very hard for any -- in a primary to take on an incumbent governor or incumbent senator. you've been behind in the polls, but really tomorrow you only need to keep him under 50% and then you have a runoff. what you think the odds of that are? because you are down -- you've been in a couple polls down very significant. why do you think you're down and why do you think things will change as of tomorrow?
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>> sarah palin came down and helped us this week in savannah, georgia, and said the only good polls are for strippers and downhill skiers that's kind of the way i feel about it. they've never got me right, polls have never gotten trump right. matt towery is probably one of the top two or three posters in the country. he's got it in the margin of error now to get it into a runoff. my point all along has been that pollsters are not talking to the maga voters who did not vote in '18 and the proof of that now is half of the people who have voted so far in early voting in early in georgia -- this voter suppression state that stacey abrams says, we have had a record turnout here and did in 2020 as well. but half the people who have voted so far did not vote in '18. i think that bodes very well for us. >> sean: tell me, why do you think -- so you have all these new people coming in to the primary. why do you think that is and why do you think that favors you? >> well, first of, they didn't vote in '18 but they voted in
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'16 and up '20. that tells me they are trump voters. they are fed up with our governor right now selling us out, allowing fraud to happen and really ignoring the other things. the point is if you want to get crime under control and get the woke mob out of our schools, limit the state income tax and finally once and for all enforce voting law and prosecute fraud, then i think you've got to vote for me in this primary because i'm the only one that can unite the party and beat stacey abrams. that's why these people are coming out. let me tell you a story, little lady told me last week i voted for your november 2020, i didn't come back out in a runoff because i lost confidence in the system. but she said if i had to crawl across a room full of cut glass or broken glass, i'm coming out about this time for you. that's was happening in this state right now, sean. >> sean: it's going to be a fascinating day tomorrow, we wish you the best of luck. herschel too. a lot of twists and turns here. anyway, david perdue, thank you. when we come back, more "hannity" as we continue. thank you for being with us. ♪ ♪ we want you to know. we trust the covid vaccine. for ourselves. for our patients.
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>> sean: all right. that's all the time we have left this evening. always wish we had more time. thanks for joining us. hope you set your dvr so you never miss an episode. for the latest news information,, mean tonight, let not your hearts be troubled. laura ingraham is next with "the ingraham angle." thanks for making the show possible. have a great night. >> laura: i'm laura ingraham. this is "the ingraham angle" from washington tonight. thanks for joining us. first, biden's plan to destroy america. that's the focus of tonight's angle. now if you wanted to devise a plan for america's foreign policy that worked totally cross purposes, you'd be hard-pressed to match what biden and his team are doing right now. let's go through the steps. number 1, destroy america's