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social media is bad for you, but it's a great way to communicate with us. if you have an idea, send it to us on twitter or facebook. you can use the various hashtags and don't miss part two next wednesday. we'll be back tomorrow. in the meantime, sean hannity live from new york. >> sean: tucker, great to see you and thank you and welcome to "hannity." major breaking news tonight, president trump takes a huge stand against california over its sanctuary state policies that protect terminal and illegal immigrants and of course great lawlessness in the dangerous lives of american citizens. attorney general jeff sessions announced a lawsuit to stop california's blatant interference with federal immigration enforcement while also blasting the liberal hotbed of anti-trump resistance. this comes after the oakland mayor aided and abetted criminal illegal immigrants to pick them off about an ice raid that was coming. tonight we go one on one and a ham at the shoot out with jorge ramos over this hot-button issu issue. us a big revelation at the fbi
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lied to the pfizer judges in order to get a warrant to spy on trump campaign associate carter page and according to the report, christopher steele knew he was being paid by clinton and by the dnc, but that is not with the fbi and pfizer application said how the fbi missed a crucial warning and warning signs from nicholas cruise. we have that and all that more breaking news and tonight's opening monologue. ♪ >> sean: tonight, the trump administration draws the line in the sand when it comes to liberal states aiding and abetting criminally illegal immigrants that pose a significant threat to you, the american people. the attorney general jeff sessions used a news conference today to officially announce that the trump administration is assuming california over there sanctuary state policies that shield these illegal immigrants
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that commit crimes, sessions did not hold back. let's take a look. >> a refusal to apprehend and report those, especially the criminal element effectively rejects all immigration law. it's a rejection of law. it creates an open border system. the only way it can be described. open borders is a radical, irrational idea that cannot be accepted, contrary to what you might hear from open border radicals come out we are not asking california, oakland, or anyone else to actually effectively enforce immigration law. although we would welcome the positive assistance. we would certainly like that, but i say they are not backing down, they're not going to be deterred and we're not going to stop enforcing the law in
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alabama or california either. >> sean: president trump, jeff sessions and the federal government are simply standing up for the rule of law. the radical left are putting criminal illegal immigrants before the safety of american citizens. all the trump administration wants to do is enforce federal immigration laws that are already on the books. it's really that simple. we have law and order or chaos. let's say you don't like the law, then change them. elect people that will change them, but if you break the laws, on the books, you should suffer the consequences. california's officials don't have to help, they just need to stop interfering. with the case of the oakland mayor aiding and abetting immigrants, will have more on that disgracing story and a second. what's disturbing that all of this is officials in california, they are risking your lives because they want to protect criminal illegal immigrants.
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they are literally willing to endanger americans by harboring people that have no reason to be in this country because they think it will win them a couple of extra votes. you have liberal politicians like california governor, jerry brown, they know the facts and the truth and the rule of law are not on their side. that's why instead of addressing why his estate is shielding criminal illegal immigrants, governor brown attacks fox news. he accuses the federal government of going to war, really? let's watch this. >> this is really unprecedented. for the chief law enforcement of the united states to come out to california and act more like fox news then a law enforcement officer. this is a political stunt. it's more like fox news and what's going on in washington and it's not about the truth, it's not about protecting our
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state, it's about dividing america. this is basically going to war against the state of california. the engine of the american economy. it's not wise, it's not right, and will not stand. >> sean: it's not right, but we did invite governor brown to come on the show tonight, but shockingly, he said no. governor brown has no facts to back up this argument, so it's no surprise that he's too gutless to come on the program. liberals in california, you need to answer one simple fundamental question, how does america benefit from criminal illegal immigrants staying in the country? if you don't see this is a danger that his post to every american, i don't know how i can convince you. what's the upside? what is the reward? why are you willing to risk other people's lives? these are criminal aliens, we're not talking about daca. the mayor of oakland was tipping off criminal illegal immigrants
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about the i.c.e. raids late last month. guess what happened question work as a result, the acting head of i.c.e. said 100 criminal illegal immigrants are able to avoid arrest. is that when americans really want elected officials to do? to protect illegal immigrants and criminals? the attorney general jeff sessions blasted the oakland mayor earlier today. let's take a look. >> here's my message to amir schaaf. how dare you. how dare you needlessly endanger the lives of our law enforcement officers to promote a radical open border agenda. >> sean: what this mirror is doing is disgraceful. despite the mayor's actions, i.c.e. was able to detain criminal illegal immigrants. look at the stats about the oakland area raid. 232 people arrested for violating federal immigration laws. of the 2:30 two arrested come out 180 were either convicted criminals, had been issued the final order of removal, and
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didn't leave, or had been previously deported and returned again to the u.s. illegally because we have open borders. 115 of the 232 had prior felony convictions for sex abuse, weapons charges or assault, those of the types of people that this oakland mayor is protecting. now of course, libby schaaf's defiant defending her lawless behavior. the department of justice is looking into a possible object of justice charge against her for what she did. keep in mind, if california lawmakers want to continue to obstruct, federal immigration officials from actually doing their job, then president trump should follow through on his threat to pull i.c.e. agents from california. you may remember this. >> we are getting no help from the state of california. frankly, if i wanted to pull our people from california, you would have a crime nest like you've never seen. all he would have to do is say i.c.e. and border patrol, leave
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california alone. you would see crime like nobody's ever seen crime in this country. we get no help from the state of california. >> sean: when it comes to criminal illegal immigrants, the media, the left, liberals, they refuse to look at facts and because of this, they are complicit in the harm that these people because two american citizens. unlike the left and most members of the media, we've actually been down in the border hundreds of times. we have watched first hand what's going on down there. i've been on horseback, helicopters, boats, i've seen warehouses, tunnels, i've seen it all. when the president says we need a wall, he's right. in 2014, i sat in on a border briefing with rick perry. listen closely, 642,000 criminal offenses committed by illegal immigrants in the state of texas
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alone in only a seven year period. serious problem. watch. >> criminals are responsible for about 642,000 criminal defenses. you look at the top left, sexual assault, there is close twovictims. [indistinct] >> that's the cost of not securing the border. >> sean: 642,000 crimes created and impacting the citizens of texas and a seven year period. the mainstream media always conveniently ignores this, truth doesn't seem to matter to them. according to the migration policy institute, about 820,000 of the 11 million illegal
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immigrants in america are convicted criminals. 820,000. the u.s. census commission has found that illegal immigrants account for 15% for the fiscal year 2016. this despite the fact that these illegal immigrants only make up 3.5% of the population. 3.5, 13%, and this is important. that number is only dealing with federal censuses. much higher if you factor in convictions by state and local governments. according to the latest report, an estimated 55,000 criminal illegal image aliens were presen the year 2010. in 2017, i.c.e. deported 226,000 illegal immigrants and also in 2017, over 127,000 of those supported were previously convicted of a crime. in 2010, the doj found that 57%
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of immigration offenders charged the u.s. district court and had prior felony convictions. the facts are illegal immigrants are irrefutable and that's why the left and the media never talk about them. you never seen this before i'm guessing. this is about protecting you, the america people. it's that simple. we have more on this in a minute. also breaking tonight, we have more evidence, more proof that the fbi lied to the fisa court judge to get a warrant to spy on a member of the trump campaign. according to a new yorker report, former british spy christopher steele who put together this phony dossier filled with russian lies and propaganda knew, he knew he was being paid by hillary clinton. he knew he was being paid by the dnc just months before he was hired by fusion gps. this is significant because according to congressman adam ships memo which references the
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fisa application for the warrent steel was never told about the political motivations behind his work. also remember, he hates donald trump also. the fbi again flat out lied and what we can only assume is that it was an effort to make the steel more credible as they wer. they never bothered to verify, corroborate the fake news dossier which is mandated in fisa law. it's part of the fbi's own protocols. also, the fisa application was denied the first time. the dossier was brought in to put the request over the top. or to quote andrew mccabe, he testified, without the dossier, there would never have been a fisa warrant application. that's how important that
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dossier was to getting the approval of the fisa court. this scandal is by far the most massive, domestic abuse of federal government power in the history of the country. that's why a second special counsel needs to be appointed, like yesterday on the month before to investigate what a severe abuse fisa is. also tonight, how the fbi missed a critical warning sign from a deranged high school shooter, nicholas cruise. not a congressional committee chairman trey gowdy, bob goodlatte, they issued a press release on key findings from an fbi finding on the park when shooting. it's previously been reported that in january of this year, a friend of the family called the fbi tip line to report his disturbing behavior. we have no information about how that fbi agent who answer the call handle it and according to gaudi and goodlatte's press release, after that call
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warning of cruz, a supervisor was spoken to. their conversation was never documented. cruz could be connected to a separate call to the fbi tip line and that's where cruz made a threatening youtube comment about wanting to be a professional school shooter. despite that information, the fbi never proceeded ahead with an investigation. the fbi never told local authorities, they never told the field offices about this and as we've been saying, this entire tragedy, all of it could have been prevented, but there was a series of gigantic bureaucratic failures. instead of trying to fix the system, correct those mistakes, we should secure the schools like we secured those hollywood actors and actresses who are on the red carpet on sunday well the left and media predictably continue to blame guns all in an attempt to limit your constitutional right to keep and
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to bear arms. joining us now with more reaction, we have the host of michelle malkin investigates, michelle malkin. dr. sebastian gorka or as well. we talked over the years, you wrote about -- 3.5 of the population, 13.5% of crimes, that's federal, not state and local. what part of this is california, the governor not getting? >> they get it, but they don't care. it's that defiance, that recklessness, that sabotage of not only the sovereignty of california, but the sovereignty of this country that they have sacrificed for political and electoral gain. they've been doing it for decades and for jerry brown to
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call jeff sessions and donald trump accountability for their actions, if there is no bigger radical open border clown car within the one that is filled by these democratic politicians. jerry brown who do cleared the state a century state with his ten different bills that undermine enforcement of the law that prevents employers and landlords and citizens and law enforcement from cooperating to make sure that that state is safe, then you have -- in 15 years ago, you interviewed someone and he acknowledged his membership as one of the most radical open borders in america. match whose slogan is their race, everything. for people outside the race, nothing. now he's in this position of
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power as well as the oakland mayor, libby schaaf. sanctuary cities are outlaw cities. sanctuary emeritus and governors are outlaw governors. we need to do more. we need to do more than hold them civilly liable. they need to be criminally liable. they need to be kicked off of their pulpit and put behind bars. speak what we're not talking about daca, which by the way, president trump was willing to make a deal on daca for the migration domestic immigration. we're not talking about that, we are talking about criminal illegal immigrants. those that not only broke our laws come into the country illegally, but then committed other crimes. if you aid and abet the system and getting away from authorities, the question is simple. are you then responsible for whatever other crimes they commit in the future? >> of course you are, whether you are a governor or america
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might you take an oath of office. if you are in contradiction of the constitution which gives the federal government the sole mandate to deal with immigration, then you are obstructing justice and you may be aiding and abetting felons. it's a very simple question. the governor of california believes that because they are politicians, they are above the law. they think they are politicians, therefore the u.s. constitution and federal law does not apply to them. >> sean: has got to apply to them. here's my exit question for both of you. should the department of justice follow through and arrest the mayor of oakland? i assume the minds of the left, that will turn her into a marty martyr. speak with the president is committed to rule of law.
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he's not prepared to see this happen again because when you provide sanctuary, let's look at who you're providing it to. you're providing it to criminals. the people we have to protect our americans. for the last eight years, i.c.e., dhs, cbp have been in shackles. they've been handcuffed. we are allowing them to do their jobs. >> sean: i wish these guys would go to the drug warehouses that i've been through. i was there when gang members were arrested. that same question michelle malkin. should they be arrested? >> they absolutely should be. as i said, we need to have attorney general sessions here in colorado. we've got defiant outlaw politicians right now in denver and law enforcement officers, the police chief refuses to cooperate with i.c.e. they need to be behind bars.
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we need to have more lawsuits. we need to have prosecution. >> sean: thank you both. when we come back, i handed a shoot out. i go one-on-one with jorge ramos on our top story of the day. that's next.
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our immigration policy. joining us now, univision anchor jorge ramos. welcome back, good to see your. >> great to see you. spirit let's put aside daca come out let's put aside chain migration, let's put aside the lottery. i want to talk about criminal aliens in the united states. those that came here illegally, those that committed crimes, those that are immigration officers that are trying to be deported. do you support that? >> let me say that the vast majority of immigrants in the vast majority of documented immigrants are not criminals. all the reports i've seen and the reports that i've read clearly conclude -- >> sean: we can have a discussion -- these are talking points. i went down to the border, i'll give you facts.
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i was in helicopters, i was in boats and i passed through a security briefing and texas with rick perry 642,000 crimes committed by illegal immigrants against texas alone. here's my question pretty putting all those issues aside, those that commit crimes in america, including some violent crimes, even murder, those criminal aliens, do you supports country? >> i have no problem with that. i'm not here to defend real criminals. we cannot criminalize the whole immigrant population civilly because of what if you have don done. >> sean: did i do that? >> they're not responsible for what the shooter did in las vegas. >> sean: let me give you one statistic. illegal aliens accounted for 13% of all nonimmigration related federal sentences in 2016.
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that is a significantly higher percentage than the 3.5% estimated population. you just got done saying all immigrants don't commit crimes, i will agree with you. that is a much higher percentage than the rest of the population. >> i have different numbers. i'm looking at the migration policy. in this case, it has to do with fake ids. these percentages -- basically my assumption is that you and president trump are criminalizing the immigrant population who is not responsible for the criminal problems we have. >> sean: i'm not talking about them. you never went -- you're saying the people i sat with, those were security people, and law enforcement, border agents, i sent in a meeting and i'll put it up on the screen. >> they're responsible for
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642,000 criminal offenses. >> in texas alone? >> yes. >> there criminal history reflects that they were committed over 642,000 crimes. >> that's the cost. >> sean: are you literally saying to me that they're buying because they're not. you sound like you don't care about the americans that are victims of crimes -- >> of course i do. i live in this country, my children live in this country. you have to put those numbers in perspective. >> sean: 642,000 in perspective. >> most immigrants and most undocumented immigrants and criminals don't want to get in trouble. >> sean: why are you putting words in my mouth? >> they don't want to get in trouble with the law.
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they want to prosper and hope the rest of america. >> sean: you are wrong on another point. you're right, the vast majority and having been to the border 13 times from anywhere to the rio grande to san diego and having been in the drug warehouses, i would argue that they want to leave the property that many face in mexico and have more opportunity in america. i'm saying do it easily. you're not answering my question. the 642,000 crimes committed against texas alone in a seven year period, that's not your family. where is your sympathy for those victims of crime and why should we take those that are committing crimes and to rid them tomorrow? >> i'm not here to defend the real criminals. i'm not here to defend real criminals. if you put those numbers -- >> sean: if you come here illegally, you are a criminal. >> you don't tell your audience the truth, the facts, that
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immigrants are less likely to be criminals -- >> sean: that's not accurate. address kate stanley's family. there are a lot of families that sadly have been victimized by people here illegally that commit more crimes. what you say to her family? >> i cannot even imagine what they're feeling. i cannot even think about that. there is no excuse for that. again, if you say that all undocumented immigrants our response will for these crimes but -- >> sean: nobody's saying that. i'm not inferring. i speak very directly. i am saying to the mayor of oakland, stop aiding and
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abetting criminals that committed more crimes and i think you should want that mirror to do the same. >> what you're talking about sanctuary cities. sanctuary cities are saying no and california is saying no. >> sean: we have lost that ought to be obeyed. absolutely. you don't believe in our law. >> i do, but somebody has to help immigrants. and second, this policy established by president trump and his administration is -- >> sean: president trump supported daca. >> let's not forget that the person who killed daca -- >> sean: he was the one -- let me ask a question. we go down with me into a town hall in texas and will invite the 642,000 families of those that would like to come that
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to save lives. >> sean: james comey is preparing for yet another moment in the spotlight. just as we predicted, to be the disgraced former fbi director per phoning himself in his brand-new tell-all book, you might remember this. it was get a multimillion dollar
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book deal. diane sawyer or maven george stephanopoulos. i was more right than i knew. the man who put the fix in, got fired from the fbi and lead to potentially classified information. he's now getting ready for the biggest addition of his life and that of course, he will become the next darling of the mainstream media. we'll discuss this and more into nights mini monologue. it's the moment we all knew would happen. james comey has finished writing his book and is now ready to cash in on his anti-trump and for me. his tour will include a morning interview with former clinton hack turned abc's soul called journalist george stephanopoulos. he said clinton's bff and
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another with professional late-night trump hater stephen colbert. let's say the mainstream media can barely contain their excitement. watch this. ♪ >> james comey for the first time since he was fired by president trump is ready to tal talk. nothing is off-limits. >> i'm excited because i just found out, april 17th my guest sitting in that chair will be former fbi director james comey. [cheers and applause] that's what i said. >> sean: can you really expect stephanopoulos to ask the tough, important questions that you of the american people deserve answers to? for example, are they going to ask comey why he never
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investigated hillary clinton's lies? the exoneration before investigation? will the so-called journalists at abc ask comey how a seasoned independent fbi director was bullied into calling the clinton criminal investigation a matter? is colbert going to process before on why he look the other way when bill clinton come out libretto lynch, they held that secret meeting on the tarmac days before the fbi decided not to recommend charges against hillary clinton? will he bring up a draft a statement that he was writing exonerating her own charges in the email investigation, why was it written so many months in advance before the interview? is this before going to explain the lies, the outright lies? the outright omissions to a fisa
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court? he told president trump about his verified salacious dossier, but months earlier, he allowed the unverified salacious dossier to be presented to the fisa court? why would he withhold the fact that he paid for the dirty dossier? will the mainstream media address comey's potentially unlawful leaking of classwide information after he was fired? i doubt those important issues will be pressed or even seriously addressed. instead, i think comey might just find that the career he's always been dreaming of in front of a camera with some of his anti-trump friends, he wants to get hired to bash trump every single day like the rest of media. with that said, james comey, do you want to have a sitdown interview? do you want to come and discuss her book? do you want to discuss the questions that need to be answered that millions of americans want to hear answers to? come on the program. i'm offering you the full hour. i'll offer you three hours
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unprecedented on my radio show. you just have to be willing to address every issue. here's reaction, fox news analyst at jarrett and jason chaffetz. there's so many issues here. he is the guy that put the fix in, we don't know. this is not in dispute it anymore. he was exonerated before investigating. he said it was an unverified and salacious dossier, but he allowed the same dossier to be used as the bulk of information for the fisa warrant against carter page in the trump campaign. is he in legal jeopardy? >> he's in a lot of legal jeopardy. this is a guy who failed to uphold the law and lacked integrity. those were the direct words of the department of justice when they recommended that he be fired. let me read one line from rod rosenstein who wrote the memo on
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the findings. remember, he was the protege of james comey, told congress that. he said i cannot defend the director's handling of the conclusion of the investigation of secretary clinton's emails. i do not understand his recusal to accept the nearly universal judgment that he was mistaken. then rosenstein went on to quote from six different attorney generals and deputy attorney general's who said that comey had usurped the power of the attorney general, abused his own powers and broken a myriad of rules and regulations. this is a guy who's in a lot of trouble. >> sean: the fisa law, doesn't the pfizer fisa law -- don't tn protocols call for that before they go before a fisa judge? >> the law requires it. it's crystal clear. it's a one-way court.
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there's only one presentation. the necessity to be fair, to be complete, to weed out all the facts, they have to go to greater lengths to disguise it than they would have by just seeing hillary clinton and the democratic national committee paid for it. >> if your james comey's lawyer, you have to be a great lawyer. you do more research than anybody i know. you're up to your eyeballs in this every day. if you are james comey's lawyer and he's writing this book, how closely are you going through this and is there a great risk in these interviews for him that he's not thinking about right now as he dreams of fame and fortune and the position on msnbc conspiracy tv? >> he'll try to massage the facts and rationalizes behavior. if i'm his lawyer, i have to be really worried because he's looking at potentially theft of
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government documents, perjury, obstruction of justice, abuse of power and probably three or four other at different felony statutes. >> sean: why would a good lawyer allow this? >> because the lawyer wants to be paid and he better hope that comey makes a lot of money off the book. his legal fees are going to be steep. >> sean: one thing i've noticed is that i've watched his twitter, he's so arrogant. he thinks he's so holier-than-thou and he rigged an investigation, you allowed people to lie 12 pfizer to a fe peart you told trump thing one thing three months after you used it to get the fisa warrant. i'm not a lawyer, but i would say he's in serious jeopardy and i don't care what stephanopoulos or colbert have to say. >> he'll get some tough
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questions from stephen colbert. i'm sure it will be hard-hitting. he does have a degree of arrogance. typically when he came and testified before congress, he would like to do it without notes, he would try to hit that five minute timeline just as close as he could. there's so many things that he didn't do and even when they asked him questions, they are under oath. he was not candid about those. there was a point right after he let hillary clinton go when i asked him if he looked at the questioning under oath when hillary clinton was -- didn't she lie or not, didn't even look at it. didn't even consider it. >> sean: incorporated great analysis. when we come back, democrats are receiving calls to resign because they have ties to the racist radical anti-semite crazy louis farrakhan. that's next.
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>> sean: i'll follow up tonight on an explosive daily color report. at least seven house democrats including liberals like maxine waters, keith ellison have direct ties to their racist anti-semitic character that is known as louis farrakhan. this has caught the attention of the republican jewish coalition who are now calling these lawmakers to resign and no wonder why. watch this. speak of the satanic jews that l everything and mostly everybody, they are your enemie enemies.
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>> ed is now becoming apparent that there were many israelis and zionist jews in the 9/11 attacks. white folks are going down. and satan is going down. and louis farrakhan by god's good grace has pulled the cover off of that satanic jew. >> sean: we have this picture at that was hidden from view it during obama presidency and the election. here's the reaction. larry elder, civil rights attorney and daryl parks. you won't dispute that louis farrakhan isn't anti-semite, are
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you? >> yes, i am. on that same video you just showed, he distinguishes between who he believes is a good jew or a bad jew. >> sean: keep going, keep digging. >> i can't speak for louis farrakhan, but he has opinions that not all of us agree with. let me say this -- >> sean: is here racist or anti-semite? the answer is yes and we can play hours of tape. >> i don't think so. >> sean: anti-semitic? >> i think he has some issues. >> i don't know what to say, but for me to say that louis farrakhan is not anti-semitic would be if i said david duke wasn't racist. of course he's anti-semitic. there's a laundry list of things he's said. the truth is that there is a
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great deal of anti-semitism in the black community. a study found out that around 12% of americans could be called anti-semitic. about 36% of blacks could be called anti-semitic. of those groups, which is the most racist? >> sean: why would a guy like daryl parks defend him? >> i am a strong supporter of apex. both sides have some positive sides to them. >> sean: you are supporting a hateful, anti-semitic racist. >> what's so baffling is that jews have been so supportive of blacks over the years.
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they support over 5,000 schools, a jewish man helped find the naacp. 75% of the nonblacks down there were jews. >> sean: we are almost out of time. >> i think you have to look and see what has he done against jewish people? >> sean: i don't know what to say. when we come back, a video that has been seen by over 14 million people. that's next. feel the clarity of non-drowsy claritin 24 hour relief
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♪ >> sean: amid calls from democrats for more gun control, a republican member of the virginia house of delegates, nick fighters is his name, is pushing back in a major way. listen to part of the speech he gave on the house floor there.
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it's been seen by over 14 million people on facebook. that's our video of the day. >> if we want to have an open and honest debate, i'm all for that. let's do that. but it does start with a certain degree of mutual respect. it starts with a certain degree of not assuming that the only reason why we believe in the second amendment is because the nra paid us off? if that's what sort of logic you want to use, why don't you go take a look at how much money the nra spends and how much money planned parenthood spends. >> sean: powerful. time for the hannity hotline. >> you don't know what you are talking about. i'm sad at times. you're clueless. >> i just want to let you know that i did watch the movie let there be light and i have to tell you out of all the words, that should have been number one. not only was that an amazing movie, but it was a moving movie and it was a true movie. >> sean: i never know what to expect ever. if you want to call me?
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good, bad, ugly, it doesn't matter. before we go tonight, my faith-based film that i produced, let there be light, it's now available on dvd. it's at walmart., we are always fair and balanced. let not your heart be troubled. news continued. what wise, and are you going to make tonight? >> laura: let me go through the list of everything you've done. you've been a construction worker, a star radio host, one of the biggest ever in american history, one of the top television host in american history. you won a grammy a few years ago. if you are up for an oscar. >> sean: are grammy, oscar, what are you talking about? >> laura: that was in my packet. and now a movie producer. hannity, can't compete. >> sean: did you -- i will go to walmart for you! >> laura: it was fantastic. i was proud of you and it's about time we see film that we can watch with our family that ve