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standards they have set for the rest of. no standards on immigration policy f you can think of ways for that, tweet us. sean hannity is next. . >> sean: great goal, i will be tweeting,@tucker. >> tucker: thank you. >> sean: we have so much breaking news, we'll get you up to speed on all of it before we get to the opening monologue. dr. sebastian lor ga, mark levin, tomi lahren hits the street, exclusively james o'keefe with his latest shocking undercover footage that shows beyond serious privacy at fwieter. you don't want to -- twitter. . to's video of the day is probably the funniest one you've seen. it's all coming up. sad, breaking news, a very disturbing report out of california, they're calling it a house of horrors. multiple children found
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starving, chained to beds, in a home in southern california. with the latest on this horrific developing story, our own trace gallagher. this is beyond heartbreaking. you can't even imagine this happens. >> trace: it's horrifying, happened in paris, california, riverside county. police say they got a 911 call early sunday morning from a girl who said she had escaped from her home and that her 12 brothers and sisters were being held captive inside. when authorities first saw the girl they say because of her emaciated appearance she looked to be around 10 years old. she's actually 17. what they found inside the home was even more disturbing. several children were, quote, shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks in dark and foul-smelling surroundings. police assumed all 12 found inside were kids. but seven of them turned out to be adults. ranging in age from 18 to 29. the youngest victim, only 2
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years old. according to police the parents, david and louise turpin couldn't give a logical explanation why the children were in this condition. they were charged with torture and child endangerment, bail set at $9 million each. david turpin's parents said they are, quote, surprised and shocked at the news. of course sean, a lot more to come. >> sean: anything about the neighbors, did they not know there were that many kids in the house and didn't see them? >> trace: good question. you have news crews out there and investigators combing the scene. the parents are in jail. we will find out a lot more about what the neighbors knew, if they went to school, and what the people in the community might have known about the family. clearly they had parents who were very surprised at this. what the rest of the community knew about the kids and the adults, and if they ever
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finished school is still to come. >> sean: thanks, trace gallagher. there's evil in our time. we will have more that developing story. new tonight, democrats, in total freakout mode and trying to blame president trump for hawaii's missile warning false alarm debacle over the weekend. he had nothing to do request it. during a shift change saturday, at the hawaii emergency management agency, one employee was conducting a routine test on the alert system of. employee accidentally sent this live alert out to everybody's cell phone. ballistic missile threat inbound to hawaii. seek immediate shelter. this is not a drill. now, naturally, it created widespread comes day panic, some people running for shelter, drivers abandon tharg vehicles others desperately calling family and friends for 38 long minutes until the false alert was corrected. more than one million people thought they were in imminent danger. this in fact could be the end. thankfully it was not. the employee that sent out at
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false alarm was reassigned. i'm sure that person according to all reports feels bad. and i know some people want him fired, i do not. i'm glad that employee did not get fired. sounds like an accident. accidents happen. hawaii they're working to try to prevent this egregious error from happening again. none of those facts in fact matert to left. and democrats. hawaii congressman, literally trying to blame president trump. if the dog bites the bee stings you feel sad, it's trump's fault. >> this the he at that people in hawaii are facing, a nuclear threat coming from north korea, that could come at any time. this is the reality that our country faces. and why our leaders, why donald trump, needs to take action, negotiate with north korea, get rid of the nuclear threat so this is not something people of hawaii or this country have to live with. this could have been a real threat coming in. and we better take this seriously.
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we have to resolve this situation and get rid of the nuclear threat. achieve peace so that this is not something that we have to live with as a new reality. >> sean: you see that, cnn, more fake news. the hollywood left, are also blaming the. . this is insane. jim carey tweeted out an image of a mushroom cloud and wrote i woke up this morning in hawaii with ten minutes to live. a false alarm but a psychic warning f we allow this one man and his corrupt republican congress to alienate the wormd we're headed for suffering beyond all imagination. jamie lee curtis, this hawaii missile scare is on you, mr. trump. the real fear that mothers and fathers and children felt is on you. it is on your arrogance, hue brings, narcissism, rage, ego, immature and and your unstable idiocy. shame on your hate filled self. you did this. he didn't.
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predictable, don'tly unhinged, more proof of the left in this country, will blame the president. if you get stung by a beer, you have a hangover it's donald trump's fault. not you, not the bee. even though it's clear he had nothing to do with this. controversy continues to brew over president trumped alleged immigration comments during an oval office meeting. ed henry live from the white house with all of the latest details. and lindsay graham in a little trouble, ed. >> he's in the middle of this. all of what you just laid out coming as a growing number of democrats led by congresswoman maxine watters, announcing tonight they're going to boycott the president's state of the union address to a joint session of congress later this month. frederica wilson, the cowboy hat, feuded with the president last year, says she'll skip the speech because of what she called racist and incendiary remarks about haiti and various anry calf nations, saying i have no doubt delivering a message of
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incluesivity and an agenda that benefits all americans, president trump's address will be full of innuendo, empty promises, and lies. coming before the speech is written. never mind the president insists he never said that. senator dickie durbin totally misrepresented what was said. deals can't get made when there's no trust. durbin blew daca and is hurting our millry. from the president. two republican senators in the room, tom cotton and david perdue suggesting that durbin did not accurately portray what the senator said, another gop senator seemed to take a poke at the fellow republicans saying his recollection has not evolved like the others and suggested he rebuked the president in person for what he said. the president insisted to reporters over this weekend, he's not a racist, before he had dinner with house majority leader kevin mccarthy. old tapes sur farced of lindsay graham using a similar slam on
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countries like mexico while rand paul came out to say the president as a businessman before he was in politics helped funneled the i doctors humanitarian trips to haiti and elsewhere. >> >> president trump: no, i'm not a racist. i am the least racist person you have ever interviewed, that i can tell you. >> people coming across the southern border live in hell holes. they don't like that. they want to come here. our problem is we can't have everybody in the world who lives in a hell holcombing to america. >> i asked for donations before i went on the trip one of them to billsman donald j. trump who not only helped with the trip to haiti and helped with a previous trip to central america. . >> more and more likely we'll face a government shutdown, friday at midnight, the government runs out of money. if there isn't a sdeel there, will be a government shutdown on saturday. the one-year anniversary of the president.
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>> sean: nonessential employees get a furlough then they get paid back. the government stays open despite the doom and gloom media. did rand paul say trump who wasn't rubbing for president cared enough about people from haiti that he donated money to help in these operations? >> he was an eye doctor before and still is. but before he ever entered politics, rand paul known as a doctor, went on these trips. he says that donald trump as a bigman stepped up and funded not -- businessman funded that trip to haiti and another as well. these are humanitarian misses that rand paul gets credit for but the president helped as well. >> sean: ed henry, thank you. without any further ado, time for tonight's breaking news. open opening monologue. tonight evidence of rampant bias among special counsel robert mueller's team now emerging. we have been following this, we
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have new information tonight. sara carter reporting andrew wiseman met with the associated press last april to talk about the investigation into paul manafort. the next day the associated press rubbed a major story about paul manafort regarding alleged money laundering. thank you paul wiseman. sources have said in that meeting the a.p. promised to share documents and information about manafort with the department of justice. a lot more on media collusion that we will be having coming days. the a.p. denying that story. here's what should be concerning to every american tonight. during the meeting with reporters, andrew weissman, the number one guy appointed by robert mueller, head of the justice department fraud division, then later, not long after, joined mueller's investigation to look into paul manafort, the next month. acourting to sara carter's reporting aeissmann told his superiors about the meeting with the a.p. and he wasn't working
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on the manafort case and didn't have access to documents related to it. here's the thing, weissmann was discussing paul manafort with the reporters and joined mueller's team where he's leading the case against manafort. now, he was prejudging the case, prejudiced. massive conflict of interest. we obviously see what's going on here. and then there's weissmann's disturbing history. why would robert mueller ever appoint this guy that led the obstruction of justice case against arthur andersen accounting and the enron scandal, tens of thousands of people lost their jobs. they're out of business. thank you weissmann. the supreme court overturned a ruling 9-0 in the case. his job was a mess. people, by the way, exculpatory evidence that he withheld. also responsible for putting four merrill lynch executives behind bars. you might not care but guess what, they were innocent,
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convictions overturned by the fifth u.s. circuit court of appearance. you would care if it was your family. robert mueller did he check weissmann's history? no, he knew it, they're best friends. mueller can't mind members of his investigation donated $50,000 to obama-clinton and the dnc, not one penny to donald trump. this is political bias. this proves the investigation has been and continues to be a total partisan sham. and witch hunt, and embarrassment. if you believe in the rule of law. it is so important tonight, why i am saying, andrew weissmann not only needs to be fired but fully investigated. and robert mueller has a lot of explaining to do, about his team of democratic witch hunters. and they certainly need to be disbanded. why the special counsel needs to be shut down once and for all. and, no, the president doesn't need to answer any of their questions because it's so
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fundamentally corrupt. congressman jim jordan, is seeing what's going with mueller's partisan probe, part of a handful of lawmakers interested in the truth, asking the right questions. take a look at the screen. congressman jordan, will scroll a list of 18 imperative, crucial questions that need to be answered. i urge you to take a close look at these. we'll bring it up later. the dossier, the basis for securing the fisa warrant to spy on a presidential candidate. on an opposition party. and on a president-elect. why won't the fbi show congress the fisa application? we know the answer. we just learned last week, associations telling me, that at first the fisa want was denied to spy on members of the trump compare, rare to happen. the dossier was used to put it over the top and got the fisa washed. did the fbi validate and corroborate that dossier.
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a clinton supporter did. how do you trust them? the same questions we've been asking. hillary clinton bought and paid for it. one of her superintendent, corrupt, cartel friends verify it? a key part. none of them have to do with hillary clinton's e-mail server. this is just the 18 questions on one thing. it's only about the clinton bought and paid for russian propaganda dossier. let's see, we know for example that the obama administration politicized, weaponized america's powerful tools of intelligence. not the rank and file, a few select at the top. then they were spying on an opposition party, donald trump. and what is being exposed is a massive abuse to the constitution. we will have more with mark levin on that. think through this. fusion gps co-founder dplen simpson, is now being exposed. released testimony, simpson claimed the fbi had a human source inside the trump organization that helped corroborate aspects of the phony
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dossier. turns out simpson wasn't accurate in his testimony. oh, lied? fusion gps has since attempted to correct the record now by saying there wasn't an fbi mole inside trump tower. was there or wasn't there? it was former trump advisor, they say, george pop dop louse. that was blown out of the water f you believe the "new york times" started the russian investigation by getting drunk and then running into -- running his mouth to an australian diplomat about russian having dirt on hillary clinton. then the drunk gossip, you have to believe, made it to fbi and they reportedly then used it to start the investigation. oh, four levels of here say. it's, what, at a nightclub, really? all the fbi needs to do to investigate a political party during a campaign, talk to a drunk guy at a bar. weigh need answers tonight. finally the update on the uranium 1 scandal that no one else covers.
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federal authorities have now announced an indictment in the russian bribery scheme connected to the deal that gaye russia and putin 20% of america's uranium supply, we have short supply of. former company executive mark lambert is being accused of money laundering, wire fraud for allegedly bribing a russian energy official in an effort to secure the stipping contracts we have informed you about are so important. new information is only a smaller piece of the bigger picture of the kruchttion. this indictment is only a preview of coming attractions. get reaction to all of these stories, former deputy corson dent, and gregg jarrett. we reported last week, the justice department opened up, it's now been going on for months, an investigation into uranium one, is this the first of many cards to fall? >> yes, probably is. you know, your opening monologue
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about weissmann is on point, he exchanged information about manafort, and then joined the investigation into manafort, he's violating d.o.j. rules. >> sean: what would you do if you're man i fort's attorneys? >> one of two things. file a motion to dismiss which would trigger the judge to order weissmann to report. >> sean: immediately? >> immediately. >> sean: would any judge accept this with his track record? >> any good judge would not. the second thing, make a motion for order of inquiry, into the conflict of interest. and list manafort and others like rod rosenstein as with its in the case. >> sean: how soon can you expedite that? >> 30 to 60 days. and if they are designated to be defense with its, they have to be removed from the case. >> sean: have to be. >> they would absolutely have to be. >> sean: is this corrupt as i think? >> it is corrupt. more corrupt than we know probably.
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>> sean: sebastian gorka, your take on this, a lot of moving parts. >> look, gregg outlined it exactly. i'd like to put it up a bit to the strategic level. i know you have mark coming on, mark levin, the great one. >> sean: thank you. >> i don't want to steal his thunder. but mark levin nailed on it the radio today. he talks about this as a domestic surveillance scandal. that's what it is. america doesn't have a secret police, it doesn't have an internal police force that spies on its own citizens for political reasons. reasons. splees it didn't until. obama became the president. we have a story you can read in the you be classified press -- unclassified press about russian disinformation material being paid for by the fbi and being used to get fisa warrants to spy on u.s. nationals who are part of a political campaign. >> sean: and opposition party
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candidates, then spy on the president-elect. i want to ask an offbeat question. if we know wikileaks and julian asang, and i've interviewed him five times, if we know he's the one guy that knows where he got the information from the dnc, e-mails and such, why hasn't mueller contacted him? wouldn't he be the one guy that you want to talk to to find out if russia gave it to him? >> yes, but that might help donald trump. it's pretty clear that that's what mueller and his team of partisans don't want to do. they want to hurt trump not help trump. they're not searching for evidence. >> shannon: they don't want the truth. >> no, they would trefer to subvert the truth. >> sean: i feel like jack nicholson, "you can't handle the truth." sebastian, last word. >> there are a handful of large political scandals in american history. jfk's assassination, then watergate, then we have the
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pentagon papers. i think this scandal will turn out to be one of the biggest political scandals in the history of the united states. >> sean: i talked to a high, high-ranking individual today. won't tell you who. said this makes watergate, in terms of fisa surveillance abuses alone, look like kindergarten. >> i agree. this will be up there with the assassination of jfk, this is how big, the political targeting of your enemies using the intelligence. >> sean: they did it to win an election and overturn a duly elected president. you agree? >> i agree. it's undermining electoral democracy and blatantly subverting justice. >> sean: where's the media? >> it doesn't at this time with their narrative. >> sean: thank you both. when we come back, project veritest. shocking video showing one of the most influential companies in the world abusing power. and the great one, thank me, god
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bless us, mark levin coming up. '
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about project veritas and undercover investigation into wlorntd twitter, 3.2 million followers, are targeting conservatives. we played you the video, con showed conversation with two twitter engineers who smand the tech gianted ability to shadow ban users and howal go rhythms have been used to disproportionally target conservatives on twitter accounts. we haven't independently verified but you get to decide yourself. here's the video. >> one strategy is shadow ban, so you have ultimate control. the idea of the shadow ban is that you ban some one but they don't know they've been banned. they keep posting.
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but no one sees their context. >> just because followers, who all be, like, guns, god, america. the american flag. >> no one, yeah, really cares. >> who says that, who talks like that. >> the majority of the algorithms are -- [inaudible] >> i would say the majority are the republicans. >> you use it mostly -- >> yeah. >> sean: the time twitter spokes people told us the fox news channel and the hannity show the individuals were speaking in a personal capacity, do not represent or speak for twitter. spokesperson won't to write twitter does not shadow ban users but can limit tweet usability. sounds like shadow banning, based on the quality of the content.
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this is beyond shocking, project veritas released their most shocking footage showing huge potential privacy abuses at the company. this time current and former twitter engineers admitting that employees view everything that you post on your server, including direct messages you think are private, create a virtual profile on you which they sell to advertisers and brag about looking at. like pictures between you and your girlfriend, whatever. once again, take a look at the footage. you decide. >> what happens is, like, when you like post online, it never goes away. >> well, yeah. >> like even after you say -- people are like analyzing. >> wow. >> who, like advertisers? >> yeah. >> you talking about regular tweets or pms? >> everything. everything you post online.
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>> wow. >> even what you think is private. >> yeah, yeah. >> they're analyzing it and seg it. >> yeah. >> hey, what? if i send some one a direct message y'all are going to look at it to analyze it? >> the machine is going look at it. then we look at it. >> why? >> they'll make a virtual profile about you. >> advertising for money, we have to prove -- like the company that confirms this. >> okay. because we actually bought a company because of this. so that other companies and other people's sites. when you go and see that ad we get the information that you are purchasing this ad at this moment, on this website. we have lot of information about you. >> oh, wow. >> yeah.
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>> that's scary. >> yeah. >> what if that fell into the wrong hands, how would you protect people from that? >> we don't. >> you don't? >> there's no way. >> it is really big brother. i mean, like a level, like, it's higher level. >> i do, yeah. when people are asking for this stuff, they can leak it. it happens. >> oh, yeah. >> and it's genie out of the bottle kind of thing at that point. sure i can fire them. probably sue them in many cases. >> yeah. >> but the genie is out. bottle. >> sean: we reached out to twitter, in response they gave us a link to their privacy policy posted on their website and said we could use the same statement they shared last week with us, that the individuals in the videos were speaking in a personal capacity and do not represent or speak for twitter. all right, you see this book
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right here? author of this brand new book, "american problem, my fight for truth in the era of fake news." james o'keefe is with us. let's start with the videos then the book. >> okay, they're talking about shadow banning but it's worse. direct message, expectation of privacy. >> twitter bills itself as a public town square. in today's video they're talking about looking at your private intimate messages between you and your girlfriend, your wife and they store on it the database, laughing at it, bragging about ruining relationships. >> sean: bring to it divorce court? >> yes, the engineers are on tape, i don't know how many people can speak in a personal capacity, it's widespread. >> sean: you would think they'd get fired. >> now they have learned my i.m.o., they may be firing them kwiely itly. it's important that you reach out for comments. we have nine engineers and executives on tape talking about
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shadow banning or sensoring people so friends can't see the messages, now hundreds of engineers that go through private direct messages. >> sean: unbelievable. there is an expectation of privacy. look, the media hates you, fair statement? >> would say understatement. >> sean: okay. this is stuff mike wallace used to do and other media used to do. but it's expensive, you get sued a lot. >> it's hard, difficult sean. upton sinclair, the chicago sun times, many of these muckrakers did this, they used to do it, it's gone. there's a new movie out "the post." >> sean: and you try to release all of the tape, selectively edit, right? >> we release as much of the tape as we can. but the media releases no tape and asks to us believe anonymous quotes and single source coats. >> sean: remind people how successful you were with acorn, you were dressed as pink in the video.
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>> we've shut down government organizations, we have gotten the ceo of npr fired, states to change their voter i.d. laws, congressional hearings, medicaid workers fired. infiltrated cnn. intill traited the hillary clinton campaign. >> sean: the "washington post" caught you. >> sometimes you get burned but that's a sign of success. you use an alias to draw people out. sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. >> sean: but that's what they make a big deal out f you are a liberal you should be angry at this tape. >> american pravda, i write from 1984, orwel writes, that the people don't want you to believe your eyesnd ears. that was the state or party's most strong command. >> sean: american pravda, prvda was the russian word for tuth.
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>> the difference with soviet union and america, people in the soviet union knew they were being lied to. in this country people don't believe on you badly it is. this is about a rag tag group of citizens. >> sean: you give history. your success speaks for itself. look, i look at it as a badge of honor that i'm hated so much. i think you should, too. don't look at social media, you reminded me in the book i said that to you. also, make sure you dot your is and cross your ts. >> we have, we have a dozen lawyers. expensive. >> sean: american pravda. next, mark levin.
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it's like pulling teeth to get him on my show. life, liberty and levin. host of levin tv. the great one. i'm so happy you got this show. i begged you to come on my show. but i don't want to waste our time. this fisa, you talk about a post-constitutional america, mark. your books on the constitution are phenomenal, must-read by anybody who cares about it. we're seeing a presidential candidate fix a primary, who gets an exoneration before investigation with comey and struck, tries to fix -- talking about hillary. bought and paid for russian propaganda. then those laws are used to get a fisa warrant against the opposition candidate and incoming. and his team f that's not post constitutional, i don't know what is, mr. levin. >> couple of things about that. as an old chief of staff to an
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attorney general at the justice department. first of all, let me say this, as an american citizen to watch this is repulsive, unconscionable, to watch the mob media do what they're doing. last week we were told the president is mentally unstable. for months before that we're told me's cluing with the russians. today we are -- colluding with the russians. today we're told he racist. could lewding with the russians, mentally unstable, a racist. >> going to start a nuclear war. >> what happened to that you ator, michael wolff, three daysing on he was the in thing, now he's gone. what happened to the allegations about sexual misconduct, that's all gone. now something new, because a known liar, dick durbin, leaves a confidential meeting with the president and other senators, he's relied on by the media because they want to rely on him, just like they wanted to rely on that author. they want to push this president out. talk about the 25th amendment. talk about impeachment.
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this is the present torrian guard media. -- the pretorian guard media. the biggest scandal in the world is staring them in the face. the pli tization at the highest levels of the fbi and the justice department. the holdovers from the prior administration. not a question of jim comey, former fbi director leaked. the question is how much did he leak. not a question if he leaked classified information, the question is how much classified information? he was the director of the fbi. the chief investigator who was hunting down donald trump. sending texts to his girlfriend, because he's cheating on his wife. what i used to work at the justice department you did that you're out. you know why? they didn't want you to be black mailed, of all people, the russians. now we there's more texts that suggest he's been leaking to the media. now we know. there's a report. the trump administration, this is as of six months ago,
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fashioned 125 leaked stories, one leak a day containing information potentially damaging to the national security. likes with the capacity for national security scored about times as fast as under bush. malt jort of the likes during the trump administration, again, this is as of six months ago, 78 concern the russian probe. now, talking about the russia probe we have a special counsel who is pointed to do what, investigate collusion. he's investigating everything but collusion a special counsel does not exist to investigate financial crimes, whether some guy registered as federal agent or so forth. he's to investigate collusion. where's your case, mr. prosecutor? what's it been, six months, eight months? give us your collusion case. now in addition to him, we have this dossier. this isn't a dossier. this is 35 pages of crap that
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was put together by the fusion gps. the hillary clinton campaign and the dnc collaborated, used their money to use a law firm to hire this guy who then hire as british ex-spy who then works with among others the kremlin. that's collusion. they put this thing together and they work it and they give it to the fbi. now, the highest levels of the fbi are excited to have this. they're even thinking about putting this ex-british spy on their payroll. what do they do with it? i know they used it. >> sean: i know they did, too. >> to get a fisa warrant. why won't the fbi director or why won't anyone at department of justice when they're asked say no it wasn't used. >> sean: mark, rod rosenstein -- >> hold on, now. that does not reveal classified information. just say no we didn't use it. but they won't say it. so they did use it. >> sean: they absolutely used it. we confirmed last week they used it. i had one report that said it
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was pushed over the top. rod rosenstein went into speaker ryan's office according to my reports and begged him, oh, place don't make us turn over stuff. here's the question, last question, you have a minute to go. we, the media -- this is why i want you on every week. we have a media that, oh, they put -- >> we don't. >> sean: they put woodward and bernstein on a pedestal. they did interesting work, good work, truth. media that now is so biased, abusively so, complicit even. they talk about watergate. mark, this was about influencing a presidential election. using fisa warrants, russian propaganda, hillary dnc bought and paid for. i think it's bigger on a scale that we don't know yet. it will be bigger. >> you know to get a fisa warrant you need to have probable cause that somebody is an agent or acting as an agent, in this case to russia. can mr. mueller, can anybody at
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justice tell us exactly what the russian agent was on the trump campaign? there wasn't any russian agent. i don't know where the hell the fisa judge is but they should be furious and demanding abses to. this as for the media in this country, we have free press. that's fine. we also have a stupid press. a very liberal press. a partisan press. when i watch this guy, brian seltzer who i really -- this don lemmon or over there, the morning schmo and mrs. sc. chmo on msnbc, you call that press? i call it a joke. >> sean: i won't give it away. [laughing] they're part. video of the day, part of the video of the day. will you come on more often? it's not that much. when we come back. >> sure, why not, enjoy it. >> sean: red, white, and levin. tomi lahren next. 75 million of us suffer from the gritty and frustrating symptoms
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us the people of west hollywood, california were not friendly when she asked about immigration. so, tomi went ba back to west hollywood to ask what their problem is with fox news and people like me and her. take a look. ♪ >> where do you get your news from? >> not fox. >> not the biggest fan. >> where do you get your news. >> cnn. >> never fox news? >> i'm not really a big fan of fox news. >> i just don't feel like i guess they're seeking to -- speaking to me. >> fox news is speaking to you right now. >> literally but as far as their message they aren't speaking to me. and my pier peers. >> you walked past me, you said there's fox news, you had a
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reaction, you saw the mike. what do you think of fox news? >> no fox. >> you had some thoughts. no thoughts snirm eep not trying to get you here, i want to know. >> i tend to get my news from the middle not real liberal, not real kaef. not real conservative. >> have you ever seen my vildos on facebook. >> i have. >> what do you think when high videos come on. >> i give everybody a chance, i listen. i respect every opinion. love will conquer all. >> they told me this place is about love, tolerance, welcoming. but knot not if you're a republican, not the case. you see me out here, you know who i am, you call me tammy, that's fine, put it behind us. but you saw me with the fox news mike. what do you think were fox news? >> i don't like it. and i don't really like a lot of your anchors. >> what do you think about sean hannity? >> i think that sean hannity is extremely interesting of a person. >> what do you mean? >> interesting person. a guy with a lot of inner and of
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thor demons. >> unfortunate person to have in this environment. >> isn't that weird that the area that's supposed to be loving, tolerant to everyone? >> welcome to the biggest anomaly. >> you think west hollywood is an anomaly? >> only when your views match their views. >> every news source is biased. there's two sides to every story and then the truth. >> you watch them all? >> then you get crazier. >> i get my comedy from fox news and my news from comedians. >> i want to go back you called me tammy, was that 100% respectful? >> i'm sorry ta if that hurt your feelings. >> i would never call you some one outside of your name. >> baristas get my name wrong. >> but you deliberately got mine wrong to be mean. >> i'm sore i. sorry. rn s we don't have a lot of
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fans. did he say i have inner and outer demons? >> yeah. i'm not sure, i didn't really hear what your inner or outward demons were. but they also said you and i are both problematic, fox news is problematic. many of them don't watch fox news. i think they're just guessing. i'm not sure. >> sean: did you get anybody that liked snugs i didn't see one person that liked us. >> they couldn't be vocal about it. there are a lot of people even in west hollywood thash supporters of this president but wouldn't dare red a red baseball cap, not a "make america great hat," but they wouldn't even wear a red hat. them wouldn't have friends. >> sean: i have a great idea for next week, go back to west hollywood, sorry, i'm so easy to give the assignments as i sit in the comfort of the studio. you have to go back and you have to wear a "make america great
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again" hat and offer them for free to people. that would be great. >> i will do it 100%. i am absolutely, you heard it here first, i'm going back to west hollywood. i have a trump 45 jersey, we should do it to celebrate the one year of his inauguration. let's celebrate one year of president trump and i'll go back to west hollywood. >> sean: i have to get a signed. you have to get a hat and jersey signed. you can say this is really signed by the president. and see what they do. or we'll forge his signature to make fun, tell them the truth after. because we don't have time. then we could say would you like a presidential signed cap. then you could say it's not really signed after they give their response. i almost sound like fake news cnn. >> how much extra security are you going to send with me? >> sean: i'll get you real one. >> we will have a lot of fun. >> sean: tomi, great work, we appreciate it bhchlt we come
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♪ >> sean: the best video of the day ever thanks to "saturday night live." hilarious get mocking liberal joe and liberal mika. this is funny. take a look. >> president trump is at it again. using a deeply offensive word one uprising haiti and some african countries. joining me to break this down as chair for the center for african-american studies at princeton. he is talking about haitians, he's talking about africans. in the question, when will they get to speak? one is at their turn? how long will they be silent? thanks for joining us. what you want to do for lunch? >> i don't know. >> i know what you want.
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you are a steak florentine gal. >> yeah? are you to feed me my need? you're a dirty dog? >> sean: so much better. watch the whole thing. we will put it up on the website. time for him of the hot one. >> somebody else may be to fill that 9:00 hour a lot better than you, [bleep]! >> sean, your stinks. if you spend 30 minutes on a monologue. when you interview people come you interrupt them, you cut them off like a blooming idiot. >> i just watched the beginning of the show. you really are something. you are a cheap little thug with a big mouth, a bigger ego and four brain cells. >> sean: one, two, three -- i have four. this is brutal. but keep them coming. no matter what, no matter how many.
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(877)255-8587. keep my ego in check. let not your heart be troubled. all the time we have this evening. if we will always be fair and balanced, we have been searching diligently for laura ingraham's hotline. nothing. >> laura: first of all, i have to say about that "snl" skit about joe and mika, i found that very misogynistic. as if mika is just going like this and joe, please joe. honestly. >> sean: i just got my second headline tonight. that's you being mika. >> laura: that's misogynistic. if i find that to be very biased against women. >> laura: do it one more time. >> laura: trump is so upsetting. it's not funny. it's not funny. >> sean: [laughs] this is great. >> laura: i'm coming. great to see you, sean. this is "the ingraham angle" fr