but you're right, counterproductive. many people listening tonight. great to see you has it always is, thanks a lot. >> good to be with you tucker, thanks. >> tucker: we are out of time. of course, we will be back every night 8:00 p.m., the show that is the sworn insincere enemy of lying, smugness, and groupthink. have the best night. sean hannity takes over now. >> sean: thank you, tucker and welcome to hannity. tracking multiple developing stories breaking earlier today, another major blow for biden's vaccine mandate scheme, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction blocking biden's nationwide vaccine requirement for health care workers, the people diving on covid grenades every day to save our lives and other judge issued a powerful statement supporting his decision writing "if the executive branch is allowed to assert the power of the legislative branch to make laws,
two of the three powers conferred by our constitution would be in the same hands. he continued "during a pandemic such as this one, it is even more important to safeguard the separation of powers set forth in our constitution to avoid erosion of our liberties. we will have full coverage and a full analysis of this injunction throughout the show. also tonight, big news from silicon valley, twitter has a new ceo and surprise, the new ceo is not a big fan of freedom of speech. we have a full report coming up and later, my thoughts on the scandal now surrounding cnn host chris cuomo who has now been suspended indefinitely. plus, dr. oz will join us. he has a huge announcement not about his tv future, but about his political future. he will join a straight ahead but first, our count continues. >> americans held hostage behind enemy lines, day 108.
>> sean: day 108, 180 days fellow americans, our friends, our fellow citizens, our allies, their families, that's when he broke his promise 13 days prior to that, left them all pretty much to die, a new report reveals that the taliban terrorists now ensuring the safety of former afghan security forces, the people that helped us over 20 years, lure them out of hiding and then summarily executing or disappearing them in droves. in other words, they are dead, completely preventable human tragedy now on a massive scale, a very real crisis for every single person trapped including hundreds of our fellow citizens but joe biden just turn the page and abandon them and the media mob have abandoned them as well. they don't talk about it. it's almost as if joe and the media mob have no empathy at all, no concern about our fellow
americans. in fact, he seems more than happy to ignore every serious crisis that he has caused. take inflation for example. and anybody a functioning brain, don't have to go to harvard business or mit to know that the historic rate of inflation is a massive problem and it's not going away anytime soon but for months, the biden administration have lied telling everyone that inflation is nothing to worry about, biden proclaiming that it was temporary and transitory, propaganda jen psaki double down also calling a temporary, transitory, even made a pompous remark about the rising cost of turkeys. what about the rising cost of fuel, what they used to fill their tank, what about the extra thousand dollars they will need this winter to heat their homes? what about everything they buy in every store they go to higher
prices they have to pay? meanwhile, the treasury secretary janet yellen also tried to reassure americans that inflation was once again as she's been saying a temporary problem. it's the same lie they have now been peddling for months but today, the federal reserve chairman finally admitted inflation was not transitory or short-lived. in fact, under biden inflation will likely be with us indefinitely. instead of working to address the crisis and bring down cost, only making it worse. now proposing higher federal fees on oil and gas production. let's pay more. just signed off on more than $1 trillion in new spending, now demanding 3 trillion more on the new green deal socialist welfare projects he is supporting, it is insanity, and sustainable, we can't afford it and we are
robbing from our kids and grandkids. but joe was there in minnesota hawking his massive build back better new green deal socialist spending plan that would send inflation soaring even higher but before giving his speech, joe got distracted by a truck and once again reminisced about his time as a big rig driver which by all accounts never happened. that's at least a second time we've heard that tall tale and i doubt it will be the last. joe biden we now know as an embarrassing cognitive week, frail mess. every week, it gets worse and worse. it's beyond humiliating, beyond embarrassing and our enemies see it. now kamala harris and mayor pete seemingly competing to take jo's place at the top of the ticket in 2024, even democrats have doubts joe is capable of running for a second term. i'm not sure this guy can even finish his first term, now pete and kamala harris reportedly hate each other and are planning
an awkward joint trip to north carolina in order to dispel the rumors about their rivalry but tonight, something much more urgent than if you'd inside the white house. a new covid-19 variant spreading across the globe. joe biden was so concerned about it that he ban travel from several african countries despite calling president trump hysterical, xenophobic, a fearmongering, racist for doing the exact same thing. as it turns out, the new variant we are finding out was reportedly in europe before it spread to africa and by the way, joe is going to travel from europe? will he lift his african travel ban? is he hysterical, xenophobic, a racist for your monger who doesn't the science? jen psaki, care to explain? take a look. >> before joe biden was president, he said that covid travel protections were hysterical, xenophobic, and
fearmongering. what changed? >> to put it in a full context, with the president was critical of was the way that the former president put out i believe is xenophobic tweet on what he called the coronavirus and who he directed it out. the president has not been critical of travel restrictions. we have put those in place ourselves. we put them in place ourselves in the spring but no, he does not believe we should follow the advice of health and medical experts, that's exactly what he did and putting in place these restrictions over the weekend. >> sean: joining us now with reaction, our own peter doocy. must-see tv, you and jen psaki. we don't need to test people that are here illegally because they're not going to be here very long because they're going to travel in the dark of night but we will call it an early morning flight and the lies seem to get bigger each and every time. the reality is he did call the president, he did say that about
the travel ban ten days after the first identified case of coronavirus in the country. did anybody else in that room of so-called journalists follow up and try to call her out on what is clearly a double standard? >> no, not yet, but something else i caught on to towards the end of my turn in that briefing was when she said president biden has never been against travel restrictions. i went back and looked at the tweet that she referenced, it wasn't in there but it was an op-ed that he wrote in "usa today" end of january 2020 and in it, he said diseases do not stop at borders. that does not sound like a candidate who is in favor of or who thinks that a travel restriction internationally would do anything. and something else to look back at that time, why was joe biden who now makes a point to always say he wants to wait for the
scientists to advise him what to do, why would he come out and say something like this? why would he at the earliest stage of a pandemic make such a bold proclamation that diseases do not stop at borders? you'll remember, that was four days before the iowa caucuses. he wasn't just talking about trump, he was trying to stand out in a democratic field with bernie sanders, pete buttigieg, michael bloomberg, that's how long ago this was when you think about how much more we know now but a lot of people will say somebody said something political about covid. this wasn't just political, it was primary politics that were at the heart of this and it didn't catch on with the voters because a couple of days after he said it, he finished fourth in iowa and fifth in new hampshire but now he's the president and he's got a long record and got a bunch of it right here.
>> sean: barely mumbling and fumbling through it but gives us a lecture about wearing masks indoors and correct me if i'm wrong, he then went to the oval office without a mask on, then at another point in the day at the mask by his chin and then in nantucket coming you see a sign that says you must wear a mask and there was joe biden with no mask on. is that the same guy? sounds like do is i say, not as i do. >> here at the white house, we are all very respectful of the rules, there is a sign in the briefing room that says masks are required at all times for everybody and there. a prime concern to find out what would happen if i showed up for a briefing and tried to ask questions with no mask on. >> sean: jen psaki doesn't have a mask on, why did she not have to wear a mask? >> the way that they describe it now is that you don't need to wear one unless you are actively eating or speaking at a microphone. so that gets a lot of people speaking in microphones at the white house out of that one.
>> sean: i'm going to play this in a minute but joe biden and a presidential debate said 220 americans dead, if you hear nothing else i say tonight, hear this, anyone who is responsible for not taking control and i take no responsibility initially from anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain president of united states. now, under joe biden since he's been inaugurated, we have 355,000 dead americans from covid. that's more than last year and he inherited not one, not to, but three vaccines and antibodies. so is joe going to resign, as anyone in that room going to ask him? >> doesn't sound like he is going to resign. we can remind him that he said that, maybe just read him the quote and ask him if he stands by it, and agrees that somebody who has been president for that
many deaths should still be president but it sounds like on thursday according to "the washington post" and we have made contact with some white house folks, they are going to announce some of the strictest covid regulations yet on american citizens including according to "the washington post" requiring all americans who returned from abroad to quarantine in their house for up to seven days. that is something they're going to propose in this speech on thursday, there are a lot of questions. how do you enforce that? do you send somebody to the door for somebody just came back regardless of testing status to make sure that they are home? also, does that apply to everybody coming into the country, not just those who come in documented at the airport but also undocumented? >> sean: i could see a show one day that's going to be peter doocy and jen psaki come i have a vision for it but it is must-see tv, great job as
always. 2020, then candidate biden blamed president trump for 220,000 americans dying from covid under his watch. take a look. >> 220,000 americans dead. you hear nothing else i say the night coming here this. anyone who is responsible for not taking control. in fact, saying i take no responsibility initially, anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the united states of america. >> sean: i agree, he should not remain as president is now more than 350,000 americans have died from covid under biden's watch, more than 2021 than in 2020 in spite of three vaccines and antibodies that were only discovered six weeks ago so will joe be a man of his word? are you going to resign? don't hold your breath. here now to discuss is the host of unfiltered. by the way, i couldn't imagine a
filter dan bongino. what would that be like? that's impossible. and 10:00 p.m. right here saturday nights on fox and also fox news correspondent that large, geraldo rivera. by his own definition, he shouldn't be president. how do you get three vaccines, push them every single second of every day and antibodies and not use them, mention them and even though there's not a shortage when republican governors like ron desantis use them, then you ration it, has to go by his own. how did we end up with more deaths in 2021? sense to me like he failed miserably on covid. >> avirulent epidemic that has claimed lives, i did not support president biden, is supported president trump until the chaos began after the election, but in
terms of the performance of president biden given the vaccines, i think that we need to have a policy in place, just returned from the west indies. tested three times before he went on our cruise ship. we were tested, needed proof of vaccines. if all travelers are as rigorously cleared as we were, i think that the travel restrictions would be less mandatory and i understand why southern african countries feel they are being discriminated against but i think. >> sean: you've got to admit, what a lying hypocrite because he's the one that attacked donald trump, xenophobic, hysterical, fearmongering, racist, he said all of that. >> hypocrisy and politics are synonymous. all politicians are hypocrites.
>> sean: i'm not buying that. can you name one thing that he's done that successful, name one. >> that's not my job. pondering it, there is a calm or country than we had. >> sean: are we better off in afghanistan? no. more covid deaths, chaos at the border, the worst economy, highest inflation and 31 years, we went from energy independence and a net exporter of energy to now begging opec. dan bongino. >> geraldo is right, but he's wrong. yes, all politicians are hypocrites and they all live. but that's not the point. the point is, life is on the margin. some people live more than others. we don't say people were no heat in winter in the house, you say how much heat? the point is, joe biden is a
91-degree liar. this guy lies all the time about everything. he is a grifter and a liar. the guy's autobiography is going to be in the fiction section of the library where they can't even get their own facts straight. jen psaki when he opened up with peter talking about joe biden's criticism of the travel restrictions, did you catch what she said, did you catch it? she said we were responding to the travel restrictions, we were responding to a xenophobic tweet. you were? the alleged tweet by donald trump was set out on march 18th there joe biden started criticizing the travel restrictions in a tweet on marcn responding to a tweet on march 12th that donald trump didn't send until march 18th? as you accurately stated, where was the press other than him saying we noticed and looked at
the timeline here and it doesn't quite marry up. you're not listening to fox news tonight and you believe this from peppermint patty at the brady press stand, they are full of it all the time, they are liars. >> you cannot deny that president trump did call it the kong flew, did call it the china virus time and time again. said things about chinatown and so forth. he did not help ease some of the concerns of asian people in this country when the beginning stages of this terrible plague began unfolding. i think what we have to do as objective observers of what these fellows are saying is to bus their chops when they do lie and i do think it's totally appropriate to compare what biden said then to what he is saying now. let the people realize that the hypocrisy is for real. >> you did a little flip there.
i said listen, you're right, politicians lie. we are not arguing that. you're a lawyer, you win. biden lies more than anyone else we've ever had in the office and you turned it around to talk about trump and the china virus. it's a virus from china. the ebola virus is from the ebola region in africa. this is nothing new. not what we are talking about here. he is a grifter and a liar for the president should resign if you are responsible or in charge. >> what would you do about keeping foreigners out? would you mandate some kind of quarantine? >> i wouldn't, it's not working. these travel restrictions clearly have not worked, can we acknowledge that? and they are creating a perverse set of incentives. now you have south africa being
punished for being honest about it when the disease was apparently in the netherlands first and maybe they didn't detect it. >> i don't disagree with that. i think mandating vaccines and constant testing is appropriate. right now, we have to buckle your seat belts, we have another wave. >> listen to me, the vaccine mandate, there is no legal basis for it at the federal level and you know that. >> i disagree with that statement. >> listen to me, my doctor told me i had lymphoma, get the vaccine. i got it, i had the worst case of covid last week i've ever seen. no one's going to lecture me. what did the vaccine mandate do for me? what it do? nothing. but i had 104 fever. >> maybe you would've died. >> sean: i'm out of time, hold
on. i would add one thing. dan, we are glad you're better, number one. number two, i do what ron desantis does. we have had antibodies. >> i was better in 36 hours. >> sean: exactly. i would have those centers in every state, all over every state and they seem to be the most effective therapeutic that i've seen but ask your doctor, i'm not a doctor. always great to have you especially when you're not really killing each other, interesting. when we come back, exclusive interview with dr. oz who joins us for his first tv interview and he has an announcement about his political future, not his television future, you don't want to miss it and later, my reaction to cnn indefinitely suspending host chris cuomo straight ahead.
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>> sean: a breaking development in the great state of pennsylvania tonight as heart surgeon, emmy award-winning television host dr. mamet oz is now jumping into the republican senate primary. let's take a look. >> my parents came to america to find a better life and they did. i attended great universities and became a successful surgeon. i invented a heart valve that saves thousands of lives, then i started a tv show to advocate for you taking control of your health and took on the medical establishment to argue against costly drugs and skyrocketing medical bills. but covid has shown us our system is broken. we lost too many lives, too many jobs, and too many opportunities because washington got it wrong. it took away our freedom without
making a safer and tried to kill her spirit and our dignity. has a heart surgeon, i know how precious life is. pennsylvania needs a conservative who will put america first. or we can reignite our divine spark, bravely fight for freedom and tell it like it is. that's why i'm running for senate. i'm dr. ross and i approve this message. >> sean: vowing to run a campaign putting you the american people first, take on the washington establishment to protect fundamental freedoms keeping america safe and secure and he says to serve the people of pennsylvania. here to talk about his candidacy is dr. ross himself. there's a lot of similarities before donald trump ran for office, i've been friends with him for many years, we had so many conversations, too numerous to count late into the night. and i got to really know you during covid and you were
calling europe at three in the morning and updating the anecdotal information, had nothing to work with at the time and a while back, you told me you are thinking of running. first of all, and said you're nuts, it's a horrible world and i want you to explain in your own words what you told me and why you're running. >> you did warn me but today was an exhilarating day and let me give you little background. my parents immigrated here legally and our country provided unparalleled opportunities that have benefited me and i feel firmly it is time to repay my debt. america is in crisis, that's not news, so i want to serve america and its time of need. i can do that by running for the u.s. senate seat in pennsylvania. americans deserve better solutions. but instead, people with good ideas are shamed, silenced, bullied, canceled. you talk about all the time and
a medicine if we cannot say what we see, that's what we always tell the patients the truth because they will respect us and we can deal with reality if we're honest with each other. let me talk about covid for a second because as a physician, i've spent a lot of time trying to understand what went wrong and it's emblematic of other issues we are struggling with in our great country. remember the phrase two weeks ago to flatten the curve? of that metastasized into this terrible authoritarianism overreaching that did not make us safer. people with yards told people with no yards to stay indoors. that's where the virus was. somebody close the parks, shamed people about beaches and now threatening the same overreach for omicron as you were talking about. i think those choices should be yours, the american people. now the voters of pennsylvania and taken on big pharma, gone to battle with big tech, gone up against companies, big ones. i've got scars to prove it and i
cannot be bought and i will keep fighting those battles to empower the folks of pennsylvania and around the country. so here's what i'm hearing from patients, viewers, people all over the country, three basic goals bear the first is we need safety and safety means high quality health care. but on the streets, it means well-trained police. there was a college student murdered this week that broke the all-time record of 501 murders where i am right now. shameful. basically the narrative is false. it's about cartels trafficking human beings and successfully being done so they keep doing it and bringing opiates along the border with them. and we are not making it hard because we are letting everything come across the border. the second thing is they want their kids to thrive and do better than they did. i certainly want that for my children. the path to success with kids is getting them educated.
so you need choice you can make sure you can take kids where you need to be, local rule, why wouldn't you be involved in the curriculum of your kids education and you want to have your values defended. your parents and the teachers values and the kids values need to align or else the parents -- nobody loves the kids more than the parents for the third thing everyone is asking about our jobs and that's interesting, jobs are about dignity from about purpose, and also about savings which are being eroded now by inflation but this is why i am excited, the prognosis is good. a good example of this innovation is when president trump had operation warp speed that gave the world the mrna vaccine and that was a big event and america did that. we had that spirit and we are suffocating them. i am writing to ensure that we see the light of day. i know we can do it. here's my pledge. my promise to everybody. i want to be a public servant
and every choice i make will be serving the city of pennsylvania in the united states and none of them will serve a special interest in washington many of whom i've been at war with for most of my career. reinvigorate american see that divine spark in each other because it's there. >> sean: let me ask you this, allegations you don't even live in pennsylvania. i'm sure you saw that earlier today. >> i saw it. i grew up just across the border south of philadelphia, i went to medical school in philadelphia, went to business school in philadelphia, met and married my wife which was the best thing i ever did 36 years ago in philadelphia and she bore two children in philadelphia. i came home a year ago, it feels good to be back, i love the state and i will represent it honorably. >> sean: let me ask you because i don't know how much money you make but syndicated program successful tends to do very well so i wanted to get a
little deeper because i did say to you this is a blood sport and i warned other people are you prepared for this? i talked to herschel walker for example and he's like i'm ready, i'm willing to take whatever it takes and all of this will come your way in the days to come. what is it specifically -- i am a registered conservative -- not of republican but mostly end up voting republican because we have a two-party system. but i could tell you in a minute what my political philosophy is but rather than me tell you mine, what is yours? >> i'll tell you one thing for sure, any government large enough to give you everything is powerful enough to take it all away so i don't want that, i want liberty and freedom and that means limited government. people who don't know our local problems, and the more that we can be local, the more we can trust the people in our communities and the better off
we are. i believe in energy independence but we don't as a nation want to beg other countries to change what they're doing with energy because -- i believe in capitalism so people can compete and i respect the constitution. i have a brilliantly written document that should be honored on the bench and sometimes you have free market solutions that work and this is my specialty area and i spent my life studying this. we can protect against pre-existing conditions and use premarket solutions in health care that makes it affordable, accessible for everybody and have been a secret for you, the worst medicine is bad medicine. the best way to save money is to give people high-quality care. >> sean: you mentioned immigration earlier in your parent's status, where you stand on immigration? >> immigration is a big problem for a couple of reasons. we are subsidizing cartels involved in human trafficking, bringing opiates across the border but lots of other issues
as well. president trump was right, people should wait on the mexican side of the border coming across a legally, deal with all the issues they are and not put law enforcement in an impossible predicament where they are forced to chase them down when we know they're not coming back for their follow-up. >> sean: i say i'm a conservative. i used to say i'm a reagan conservative. i would salmon america first make america great again conservative. how would you describe in just a sentence here political ideology, philosophy, you are running in a republican primary, how would you sum it up? >> i match yours. i think this country has all the building blocks to be spectacular, the infighting is hurting our ability to do it's possible, i know it's a position that when you come together to save lives, we can do that exact same thing in this nation. there is nothing that should hold us back. we focus on those goals i mentioned earlier, make sure
your kids are at least is able to survive in the future world as he would've been and make sure we've got jobs so people have dignity. >> sean: dr. oz, we need better people to run for office. it's become so vicious and hostile to look at the way they treated donald trump for five years, i wish you luck in this race come i've known you for a long time. we've had a lot of private conversations. i know you're sincere and everything that you're saying. i think one thing i really like that you said is you want to be a public servant of the people and a lot of people go to washington end up serving themselves. i don't suspect that your motivation and we look forward to having you back, thanks for being with us. >> god bless you, sean. >> sean: coming for your first amendment rights, will check in, they will weigh in when we returned and later, chris cuomo suspended by cnn indefinitely, i have my thoughts on that story. we will tell you about that straight ahead.
>> sean: also developing tonight, more signs that twitter is ramping up its far left censorship agenda with the new york -- sorry, new ceo of twitter saying back in 2020 that the company is not to be bound by the first amendment, making it clear that free speech is not a top priority inside the company and get this, twitter is now rolling out even more restrictions on content writing that a new policy bands sharing images or videos of private individuals without their consent claiming he can have a disproportionate effect on several groups including activists. you mean like people rioting and throwing bricks that cops? i think that videotape is
helpful because then we can get the people that did it but that's right, only investigating one riot, not the 535 other rights. translation, investigate reporting will be at a higher risk of getting shut down. of course, the media mob and big tech have forged a deep unholy alliance to hide the truth to protect democrats amplify lies, smear republicans, take aim at the most basic democratic values, certainly do not believe in protecting key constitutional rights. listen to the views of joy behar saying the first and second amendment need to be tweaked. who's going to tweak? take a look. >> when the founding fathers were busy, the first and second amendments should not have ar-15s and there, weapons of war and they didn't have twitter so both amendments i think need to be tweaked a little bit.
there is a lot of hate speech and misinformation to be dealt with. >> sean: misinformation. here with reaction, gregg jarrett and cohost of the clay travis show, is at the same twitter by the way that refused to allow anybody to even post the story about hunter biden's laptop in the lead up to the election? that would be a campaign donation. >> no doubt. the unholy alliance between big tech and censorship i think joe biden at 2020 presidential election, you consider 25,000 votes is all that kept donald trump from being elected, if we change arizona and wisconsin and changed georgia, you don't think that the idea and the contribution in terms of its impact was not seismic? and here's what i'm afraid of. i think that jack dorsey did as
much as he could to keep the imbeciles, the insane people from running the twitter asylum, the blue checkmarks so to speak and what actually ended up going on there is the reality i believe is that jack dorsey helped defend people off. >> alex berenson, many people who were sharing truths, inconvenient truths often off of twitter but he actually stood up to i think the more left-wing elements of twitter and my concern now is with jack dorsey gone that twitter and other social media platforms are going to become even more restrictive of real debate. remember, they told us that covid didn't come out of the lab. they told us that mask worked flawlessly, all these things that the vaccine works flawlessly, never need to wear a mask again and if you said anything contrary to that, i
thought it was going to get worse with the new ceo before it gets. >> sean: between twitter and facebook and what we now know, isn't that a donation in kind, would that be legal? >> it could arguably be made so. clay makes a great point, with the new ceo of twitter is really saying is we can do whatever you want to do when i think the only answer to this and i'm reluctant to say so is strict government regulation of social media. we've given them a chance to regulate themselves, they have failed miserably, there censorship is politically biased, i.e. hunter biden story. their algorithms are politically biased and they lie about it. they are a petri does have misinformation and the tragedy is according to studies, two-thirds of americans get their news and information from
social media. the first step is to get rid of their blanket immunity under legal liability laws and the second step, congress needs to set up an agency to strictly regulate social media, limit these bots and automation, no more fake names and a fake he fake user accounts, advertisement must be transparent and foreign actors who manipulate the system should be banned. >> sean: thank you both. outgoing new york city mayor comrade de blasio is actually making it easier for people to shoot up. i will give you my take, cnn indefinitely suspended as cuomo straight ahead.
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left in office, comrade bill de blasio, one of his final axes to open the first illegal drug shooting galleries in the united states and what the city is calling an overdose prevention center. allows users to bring their own drugs and get high under supervision and with the far left officials are claiming is an effective way to combat the opioid crisis. ask yourself, should cities be enabling hard drug use? pete hegseth along with florida attorney general pam bondi. you set down the pill mills in florida, this is the dumbest idea coming from the dumbest mayor new york is ever had. >> just added to his long list of failures. he has tried this for them. is his parting gift to new yorkers. what is he going to ask for annex, vaccination card from drug users, have kids step over
needles? the importance of drug rehabilitation cannot be overstated in our country. we have to get rehabilitation which includes drug courts, which is what the trump administration was so great at promoting, not letting addicts commit crime on the streets. that's what he wants to do. it's truly unbelievable and that's his parting gift to new york. >> sean: your reaction, pete hegseth. >> pam is right, it's the perfect exclamation .1 an absolutely utterly failed socialist mayoral tenure so you crush small businesses, demoralize the police, allow criminality and now it is bring your own drugs. we will just bring your own drugs, here's the place where you can shoot up and it incentivizes anyone to go the base level of their character and the city suffers as a result
when he thinks it's a good thing, by the way hopefully eric adams in four weeks' time will reverse this. we will see how sane liberals as opposed to leftists are but ultimately, this is what bill de blasio brought and why we are all glad he is soon gone. >> sean: how about number one we stop the amount of heroin and fentanyl that comes across the border >> griff: if you want to help people addicted to drugs, you don't facilitate their use of it. >> that's right, and it's coming through our borders and he is promoting this. what message is he sending to these drug dealers? you're going to continue to take it and this heroin can be laced with fentanyl. it's even more deadly than anyone can imagine and that's why rehabilitation is so important meaning drug court, it's a crime in the country to take heroin, shoot heroin, do
drugs and we've got to set that example and we've got to help addicts, not promote what they're doing because he's worried about stats and people overdosing, not getting them the treatment that they need. >> sean: last 30 seconds, pete hegseth. >> he claims he is saving lives. that's what they always claim, that they're saving lives. but what they're sending is a giant signal to come to new york and do drugs. it's fine, it's legal. bring your drugs, we will make it easy for you. and what world does this make anyone's lives better? this is a lunacy of left-wing thinking manifest in one man and thankfully he is gone. >> sean: pete excess and pam bondi, cnn's chris cuomo has bey at cnn. my reaction next straight ahead. don't be fooled by the bike. or judge him by his jacket. while ted's eyes are on the road, his heart stays home.
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>> sean: all right. some thoughts on chris cuomo. cnn suspended him. i don't call for boycotts, firings of any kind. i've defended with a lot of people. don imus, people that i really don't like that much, bill maher, joy reid but i believe in their right to freedom of speech. i believe it. it's clear that chris totally mishandled this with his brother. we don't know what the governor told him. he probably wasn't honest with his own brother. it's easy to support people when things in life are going easy. chris' brother, andrew, was in big trouble. when helping a friend or a family member is not the worst offense and probably lied to himself even though he handled it wrong in terms of his work. if chris does get back on the
air, i assume he will apologize. i believe in second chances when sincere apologies are made, but it's you, the audience. you decide if an apology is sincere. nobody forces you to watch or listen to any show. we owe our careers to you. i can't thank you enough to give me this opportunity every day. thanks for watching every night. you decide. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham takes it from him. >> laura: hannity, we have a lot going on the vaccine mandates and so forth. we'll pick it up where you left off. thank you, my friend. i'm laura ingraham. this is "the ingraham angle" from washington. breaking another day, another major court loss on the issue of vax mandates. hours ago, a federal district judge in louisiana halted a biden order that certain healthcare workers nationwide be vaccinated, this followed two otherim