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13 hours and primary colors. we don't want to torture her while she recovers from covid 19. tucker carlson is up next. i am watters and this is my world. ♪ ♪ >> tucker: good evening, and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." the core institutions have not been degraded enough, if that weren't bad enough, joe biden announced in january his plan to choose a neck supreme court justice on the basis of appearance. the supreme court. sociology department, may be. your company, perhaps. but supreme court, it really
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matters. what does appearance have to do with ability or fealty to the constitution? he indicated to be fair he a lawyer, but wanted a black woman. how how do genes determine your ability as a supreme court justice, airline pilot, or anything else? we'd like to hear joe biden explain that. but he didn't. he embarked on a particularly short nationwide search and located in the end a person named ketani brown jackson not about what she's done what she thinks but instead about how she looks. it's not shallow or anything. here is the shallowest of all. >> i could not be joyous you were sitting in my office and i
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couldn't stop bringing up to you the historic nature of this. i've grew up in a small black church to make joyous noise unto the lord and this is not a normal day for america. we've never had this moment before. >> tucker: another lecture from -- is there anyone on the planet funnier than cory booker? democrat ketanji brown jackson doesn't seem so fraudulent, that would be implausible. but she shows a record similar on the board of the single wokest in the end they tell you get a black nominee, they aren't talking about the son of a made in our farm worker from georgia. they have a supreme court justice like that.
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his name is hunter when they get a black supreme court justice is you get another democratic party robot with the same rigid and totally predictable views as your average professional class white liberal. but who happens to be tailored to joe biden. identical, identical to everyone else in power. just a different shade. that shade to be a fair does make all the difference. that's the whole point of the exercise. because of the way she looks, brown jackson a cardinal variety white liberal in the way she believes but because of how she looks, the nominee gets nowhere near the bedding of a typical supreme court justice. whatever your politics are, it's a shame. as ruth marcus of "the washington post" put it a few years ago when democrats were basically accusing a republican nominee of rape all right, we are on board with
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that actually. today, not surprisingly, that same newspaper, jeff bezos' how low will they go to taking on kentucky job kentucky brown jackson? it's low to ask questions of a supreme court nominee. the supreme court one of the most powerful institutions in the world. joe biden did not create the supreme court. previous generations data. so the rest of us have an interest in who sits on it. joe biden may be a touch defensive has described ketanji brown jackson is one of this country's great legal minds and we certainly want to believe that for real given that she's probably going to be confirmed the matter what we think. the question is is it true, is she really one of the country's great legal minds. one indication will be her lsat
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scores. measures logic and reasoning ability and the body doubts it's an accurate measure of these things which predicts legal skills. so how did ketanji brown jackson do on the lsat -- sorry, you aren't allowed to ask because asking is racist. watch. >> after judge jackson's name was announced... >> is ketanji brown jackson... >> tucker carlson on his fox news program ignored her nine years on the federal bench and instead wandered about her scores on the lsat. >> you do not hear substantive legal arguments on her decision making coming from the people. all they've got is the racism. >> i'm not going to curse because it's sunday and i'd get fired, but can you talk about why what tucker carlson just said is so repugnant? >> they imply that you are
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solely nominated due to your race and not for other factors. apparently some have complained that you need to show your lsat scores to determine whether you are a top legal mind. this is incredibly offensive and condescending. >> tucker: "it's repugnant! incredibly offensive!" "she's a top legal mind! shut up, you aren't allowed to ask for proof." you've got mazie hirono, the senate's dumbest member, don't you to ask for her test scores. we know what they are. she's incurious to know that judge jackson was nominated because of race and after joe biden bragged repeatedly that judge jackson was for her race and sex. they are apoplectic if you dare to repeat what they say. once the message? you aren't allowed to talk to
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him no more insolence, serve! thankfully , in the hearings today, a few senators did ask relative questions be here is josh hawley. >> this is a child case for the defendant this routed multiple images of child porn, the federal guidelines recommend a sentence to 121 months in prison. prosecutors recommended 24 months in prison. judge jackson gave the defendant three months in prison. >> tucker: hm! that's pretty serious. why did she do that, judge jackson question mike here's the response. >> the guideline was based originally on a statutory scheme and on directives, specific directives by congress at a time in which more serious child
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pornography were defined on the volume, the number of photographs they received in the mail peer that made total sense before when we didn't have the internet, when we didn't have distribution. but the way the guideline is now structured based on that set of circumstances is leading to extreme disparities in the system because it's so easy for people to get volumes of this kind of material now by computers. >> tucker: we'll just concede up front, we are not world-renowned legal minds or even technically lawyers on this show but we are going to understand what the judge just said. so congress passed a law saying that possessing a lot of kiddie porn is a crime and internet comes along and there's a lot more kiddie porn . that somehow makes the act of
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possessing a lot of kiddie porn less bad. because the internet makes it simple, we aren't going to punish you this much but maybe we are misinterpreting what she said but does this make sense? if not, help to understand in the clip that we saw that judge brown was not articulating some legal principle in a way that we can generalize across our code. she wasn't constructing for a narrow and specific group of terminals, sex offenders. it's not the first time, one of plenty bouts she's argued for in her career. in 1996, the touching brown jackson argued against here's the reasoning. if a community notification statute deprived the sex offender his right to mobility and bodily integrity and makes on the target of widespread community reaction, then according to ketanji brown jackson, that would be unconstitutional.
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hmm. why is it unconstitutional? she didn't explain. is that a sound legal argument? why is judge jackson so fixated on defending sexual predators? what does the fbi think about that. this show, just obtained an email to the fbi los angeles woman the back affairs committee, a group within the fbi. this was sent out to every fbi agent in the field office on march 11th, this month. it is an invitation to "a nomination party" for ketanji brown jackson. join us for "lots of celebration," that the in an fbi conference room. chris dickens johnson, the assistant director in charge of the l.a. field office, is the featured speaker. this is a nominee! this is somebody who doesn't have a job whose nomination is by definition a political question who the senate votes
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on. and the fbi is weighing in with both feet on their choice, which is ketanji brown jackson. we should tell you that the next day, fbi's diversity and inclusion office issued what it called an update. "the fbi must remain neutral in political nominations and confirmation processes. accordingly, a party for any nominee would be inappropriate. we apologize for any misunderstanding surrounding the publicity." not that we did it, but the use of how we misunderstood the publicity. there was no publicity. we read the invitation. the update included a new flyer that removed any mention of brown jackson. not a misunderstanding pay they said out loud what everybody knows, the fbi is a political force and has decided they are on the side of ketanji brown jackson. if you've got the white house and the congress and the fbi, are three main power centers
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behind ketanji brown jackson, shall probably get the job. we'd still like to see your lsat score! clay travis is the founder of out cake. thanks so much for coming on. why is so touchy? the last guy who was nominated before the court, and asked him forensic questions about his sex habits and drinking. how is that out-of-bounds? >> if it's fair to ask people about what they are a high school blurbs meant in their yearbooks, it seems like it's fair to examine many different backgrounds, particularly as they relate to your professional career. let's not understate how insanely absurd the brett kavanaugh hearings were. tucker, they were going line by line through every word in the yearbook as all these different... i don't -- they were talking
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about all the inside jokes, what does this line me, what does that line mean? it was unbelievable that he had a calendar as detailed as it did, detailing over the summer and his life. i don't see how anybody can complain about any question relating to ketanji brown jackson based on the standard that they put in place for brett kavanaugh. in particular, i want to go to the josh hawley data you cited, the opinion he was quizzing her on for this was when she was a judge, effectively what she argued in response to senator hawley, child pornography laws are too strict for offenders, as long as everybody is suggesting they should have had in the 1980s and 1990s. this is her reason to lead legal
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judgment. are there any people out there who are parents of our thinking to themselves, you know what, now it's way easier to disseminate child pornography on the internet, they should have more limited sentencing from judges. no sense. other part in that discussion that deserves a lot of attention, she gave a she said he was "close in age to the children that were pictured in the child pornography picture." the children were eight years old. in terms of one being an adult, the other being in the third grade, these are not similar people. i think these are very real questions that go to her reasonableness to sit on the highest court in the land.
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i think we deserve a robust questioning on her and the argument that this is somehow out-of-bounds is wildly outlandish given what we just saw in the brett kavanaugh hearings four years ago. >> tucker: the greta thunberg play but we'll bring someone on you aren't allowed to criticize. her views it seem like of every affluent white liberal that i met. if you want a black candidate -- i'm serious! i think the country would get better representation from... she's just a carbon copy everyone in the neighborhood. >> this is what they want, tucker. they want cosmetic diversity but for everybody to have the exact same opinions but no diversity of thought, diversity of appearance. it's scary. >> tucker: that person's views will likely be closer to the views of the average american then the views of this woman, i would argue. i've got money on it actually. >> it was in the 160s, by the way.
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if anybody wanted to know my lsat scores. >> tucker: thank you, clay. >> appreciate it. >> tucker: this went without mention in the media and that's a shame because a few weeks ago, a special counsel appointed by the legislature in wisconsin released an interim report on the election of 2020 in wisconsin. that special counsel is called michael gable men, a justice of the supreme court. showing in detail that parts and actors, not government employees, people who are working for the owner of facebook, had unprecedented control over the mechanics of the election in wisconsin. a shocking story. we spoke for a brand-new episode for copper carlson today "tucker carlson today."here's w. you look in the election. what did you expect to find? >> i expected to find a heavy
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influence of zuckerberg money that came into wisconsin and affected our elections, especially in our five biggest cities in the state. milwaukee, madison, green bay, kenosha, racine. i expected there would be influenced but i'm shocked at how deeply, and this is their word "embedded" the private zuckerberg agents or employees came in actually administering the elections in those cities to 1 degree or another. in some cities, they took over the election. green bay is an example. the mayor rolled out the welcome mat and facilitated a takeover of the public election by private partisan interest groups who were set in motion by mark zuckerberg and guided by the political goals of david plouffe, one of the two top political advisors to
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barack obama who wrote the book "citizen's guide to defeating donald trump," and wrote "the new york times" a few days after donald trump won the presidency, a rothe letter to"the new york tid the reason that hillary clinton lost is because she didn't spend enough time in states like wisconsin and she didn't do enough to turn out the african-american vote. the research shows us that african-americans tend to vote about 86% democrat. david plouffe was a man on a mission and he wasn't about to let that mistakes happen when it came to fulfilling his dream of beating donald trump. he then was the midwife for $330 million of mark zuckerberg's money, and david plouffe took that money and delivered it to this entity called "ct cl," center for tech and civic life, staffed with
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people who literally within a few weeks of taking a hand in administering elections in wisconsin, taking over the public task, the public role of administering public elections, the leader of this center for tech and civic life had just finished her two year obama fellowship. she didn't have far to move, tucker, after she graduated from that program because the headquarters for ctcl, this headquarters are right in downtown chicago in the very office that was barack obama's campaign office. >> tucker: wait a second! i thought that the zuckerberg effort of more than a quarter billion dollars was designed to safeguard our elections from covid. >> that's why i call it a bait and switch. >> tucker: so you probably thought the government ran elections. you didn't imagine we would guess that mark zuckerberg, a billionaire, would run our election? doesn't sound like democracy.
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sounds like oligarchy. we haven't spent a lot of time on the 2020 election but the more you dig into it, at least in wisconsin, you'd be shocked. we were legitimately shocked. watch that conversation. joe biden has sent thousands of american troops to poland, which shares a border with ukraine. what exactly are they doing there? haven't seen a lot on that. we have an exclusive report from the ground. plus "the new york times" just accuse ken to someone of being an agent of putin. where did she get her ideas? from "the new york times"! [laughs] it's all too much!
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“seminars.” are your vows gonna make me cry? yes! babe. (chuckles) look at that! another write off. that's a foul! what kind of call is that!? definitely “not” watching basketball. not us. i wouldn't do that. >> tucker: we've all been so mesmerized by the tragedies on our television screens unfolding on the crane that we haven't spent a close time what's happening outside the borders of ukraine. one of the things is the white house has sent thousands and thousands of american troops to the border, to poland. poland is a nato ally and several weeks ago michael tracey, one of the last honest journalism the country goes there to find out what's happening. one he arrived, a u.s. soldier told that there was a military blackout on all activity in
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poland. they told us this, "we provided media coverage of troops in europe, but we are not embedding journalists and the wrath of indiana stand and we not providing media access was cool. in other words, buzz off, no right to know. michael tracey is there, he writes on substack and we are happy to see him. i should say, to frame this you've been coming on the show for at least five years to talk about russia. you followed that story all the way to its possible conclusion but what do you see in poland that we are not hearing about here? >> think about what the pentagon just told you today. they aren't even allowing handpicked reporters. reporters who would be disposed to have a favorable impression of what the u.s. military is doing. to view what government representatives, what the taxpayers' representatives are doing enclosed proximate t to a
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hot war zone. what they are doing, ultimately, is directly fueling a proxy war against russia. on this very network a couple of days ago, ben sasse who is a republican senator who we are told is some sort of moderate because he objected to the phrasing of some donald trump tweets a couple of years ago, he was brave, that the u.s. policy should be to facilitate the ability of ukrainians to kill russians, "kill russians." that's a proxy war. that's what poland is enabling the facilitation of byway of the massive numbers of u.s. troops that have been deployed to this country. and so if that's the nature of the commitment that americans now have in this major war, you'd expect some measure, perhaps, of some transparency
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aloud. instead there is a shroud of secrecy around these operations. journalists are not allowed to take any kind of look to what the military is doing here. by politician i inquired with bothrepublicansn this trip, members of congress,o get basic information of what they were doing. i didn't area, schedule, what i was told is they couldn't provide those details to a journalist because of security reasons. one of those security reasons? is america at war? is poland at war? not apparently. there is such little insight that's allowed to be given as to what our government is doing that the secrecy alone should trouble everyone, i would think, at least if you are disinclined to favor de-escalation of the conflict into some kind of hot war involving the u.s. that
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could be eventually end in world war iii. before a couple weeks ago, world war iii wasn't something most people would entertain and now it's thrown out there is something that could be inevitable. >> tucker: as a democracy you're allowed to know what your government is doing in your name whether you support it or not. as you pointed out, we don't know. michael tracey from poland, thank you. candace owens is completely unafraid of anyone. "the new york times" is accusing of working with vladimir putin. "we note that you have advanced the idea that ukraine was whichmatches comments made in rn state media." here's what candace owens wrote in response. "i'm very confused by this email. i learned about ukraine's corruption from "the new york times"." here's a piece in "the new york times" entitled "ukraine's unyielding corruption." greatest response ever.
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founder of the charity blexit, candace owens joins us now. how did they responded to you? >> i also sent them even more rings. that was one link that i sent them. there were ten that i sent over the last 3-4 years about how unyielding the corruption is and really selling us, i was confused, maybe russian disinformation means for "the new york times," which they called russian disinformation. responded and said, thank you for sending these links and completely move the goalposts and asked me whether or not i accepted the official government narrative regarding bio labs and whether they were just opened for research. i said that this is nonsensical, what does this have to do with your initial question? i sent another link and i asked if that is the official government narrative regarding
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bio labs because he also told me another article that they were funding these labs to shut down previous soviet labs. then he said, thank you for your time, and the more questions. [laughter] i do not think he's reading "the new york times" and doesn't realize how many times they've given me that narrative but nobody believes this russian puppet stuff. it's just ridiculous but a black woman in the united states who's never been to russia? i can't think of a russian food off the top of my head. i refuse to give it any air. but they say these things when you arrive at a truth that they don't want them looking at, they don't want the public at large looking at. they say look over here, never mind, this woman is a russian a bit like they did with the hunter biden laptop before they were ready to acknowledge the truth. i want to find out what was that i was hitting at that was bothering them and really it was me talking about zelenskyy. zelenskyy right now according to the mainstream narrative, the new mainstream narrative i should say is batman. he's an amazing hero, he's not corrupt. i've been talking about the
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previous covering for him in the pandora papers, talking about his ties to ukrainian billionaires that have a controlling interest in burisma. that might be an interesting conversation to have as we have biden's administration agnes on the in the conflict in ukraine and they do not want the conversation to be had so instead they were going with a black female from the united states is somehow on putin's payroll which is pointedly ridiculous. >> tucker: i know the feeling! [laughs] so that biden's family is in trouble, the u.s. military have to save them. but mentioning that? not allowed. candace owens fearless as always. i appreciate that. thank you. >> thank you. >> tucker: as sad as it is, it's not the talk about the americans concerns. thankfully, "bloomberg news" has some tips to beat inflation. take the bus. [laughs] take the bus! shut up, prole, take the bus!
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>> tucker: tornadoes across this country hit everywhere from texas to the deeper south. getting amazing footage. >> some truly wild images coming out of the state of texas following severe storms and tornadoes that hit the state yesterday including some clips that quite frankly look like they are straight out of the movie "twister." take a look at this video out of elgin texas yesterday showing a red truck getting smacked by a tornado, getting tossed like a rag doll, getting flipped back upright. the driver just casually starts driving back down the road all over again. the driver was 17 years old, by the way. he cruises off as a tornado continues to destroy trees and power lines all along the road. a nearby storm chaser who witnessed the incident said he let the driver uses phone to
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call his he a reportedly told the storm chaser. didn't see the tornado or thought it was as strong as it was before he drove into it. that wasn't the only crazy video. there was one clip out of texas where shoppers came out of walmart face-to-face with another tornado coming right at them. take a look. >> holy [bleep]! >> stay inside, stay inside! >> many of those people having to flee for a cover as debris flew all over the place. thankfully only minor injuries reported from that incident. overall, these texas dorms ended up leaving one person dead. also left more than a dozen others injured all across the state. we'll send it back to you. >> tucker: wow. we are going through a lot of weather stories.
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great to see you. thank you. >> thanks. >> tucker: people worried about inflation, michael bloomberg's empire has information for you. we have tips on how to beat inflation. so let your dog die and you'll save money. over the weekend, bloomberg had a more deep insights and we are quoting, not making this up, inflation stings less when you make more than $300,000 a year. take the bus, don't buy in bulk, try lentils instead of meat, nobody said this would be fun. so what's going on here exactly? wire a they telling us this was mike there are some geniuses and some of them post anonymously on twitter. here's what one said. "you're watching a massive level ponzi scheme. inflation laundered through a war in ukraine, the war and its
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effects go on to climate change but the perps walk! is that true. jason rantz, a radio host in seattle joins us. what do you think of this? jason is speechless -- >> no, now i am. there i am! my apologies. i was thrown by the idea of becoming a bus writing vegetarian. i thought i'd focus a little bit on the gas prices since it's been hurting so many people and i'm going to guess that the bloomberg editor actually take public transportation. so grab that reusable npr tote bag to hold those organic lentils and let's get a hold of the public has rotation system in seattle. you will never find a clean bus stop or a light rail station because the homeless have just completely taken over. they set up tents, they smoke fentanyl, they shoot up heroin.
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sometimes frankly they just pass out. once you actually get on the bus or light rail, you are going to find that the same products exist and it comes with a 500% in plain dell my complaints by bus drivers who say that homeless addicts are openly smoking fentanyl and passing on the bus. a man who believed to be homeless was found dead by a maintenance staff or after the driver had parked at the metro base and ended his shift. so this man wrote a four slumped over dead for some or most of the ride. the homeless are passed on the light rail all the time so it's easy to figure out why passengers didn't say anything if they saw this guy. the whole situation, tucker, has declines in seattle politicians with their enforcement of a list of things actually racist. since that point, the homeless has taken over, the situation
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has deteriorated. >> tucker: it's also unbelievable. i'm against revolutions, by the way. if you wanted to foment a revolution, you'd get the billionaire to tell you in his personal news outlets to forgo food, let your dog die, and ride the bus with junkies paid that might get you to revolutionary. jason rantz, thank you. >> thanks, tucker. >> tucker: we showed you a lot of interview of kid rock last night but we could not resist one last clip from the interview. the one view host he'd share a drink with, we asked him that because we are journalists. that straight ahead. i wasn't there for my family and i was barely functioning. until nurtec odt changed all that. nurtec is the only medication that can treat & prevent my migraines. don't take if allergic to nurtec. the most common side effects were nausea, stomach pain, and indigestion. now, i run a non-profit for other green berets.
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>> tucker: we went down to nashville over the weekend to shoot a documentary on kid rock at his place on his farm. we showed you a lot of it last night, just clips. that documentary is coming out this summer. we think it's going to be pretty good. but we left out, and this was not intentional, this was an accident, they keep portion to the entire interview where we ask as journalists, what do you think about the ladies of
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"the view?" here's what you said. joe behar. took a tumble on the set of "the view" the other day. >> there is a god! [applause] >> just stand. >> let me tell you, be scared of stairs! [applause] [cheers and applause] >> i have tumbled, i sure have. i'm still going to... of course, just like a proper granola crack. the first thing she says is who do i sue? >> tucker: have you ever met joe behar? >> no. i'd hang out with her, have beers. probably have a great conversation. even if -- i'd still sit down, caught them up.
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i am positive, there's very few people i couldn't sit down with in the planet. we have more in common we have not in common. >> tucker: really? even joy behar? very open minded man bases and two of "tucker carlson originals" premieres in a few weeks. kid rock is one of our episodes. less than a year ago you member number that the joe biden administration humiliated the united states by arming the taliban and getting out the worst way possible out of afghanistan. both parties are agitating with a new war with nuclear armed russia. in case you haven't seen it come here's what of they are saying. >> the united states and nato, we need to stop telling the russians what we won't do. we need to be very clear that we are considering all options. >> people talk about a no-fly zone, they can create their own if we give them the military equipment and weapons. >> there's a lot i think they can do to help ukraine should
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down those russian aircraft's, bring down those missiles. >> they need more, we ought to give them more. look, this is a way to have a no-fly zone in effect, to have these weapon systems, ground air weapon systems, give them a fighting chance. >> if there is a chemicals weapon attack, we should impose a no-fly zone immediately. >> shouldn't you apologize for the last debacle that we can our country and killed americans? thanks, geniuses. obviously every republican is going to want to jump on board and they have. amazing. has not missed this phenomenon come out with a new piece called "the return of the hawks." out on "compact magazine." the publisher, he joins us this evening. thanks so much for coming on. there was never even a pause to apologize for the last thing they broke and now they want to
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hurt our country even more? why is nobody saying stop, stop? >> i'm getting that weird 2003 deja vu feeling. i remember and you remember when the whole nation and the whole west was being goaded into what turned out to be a really stupid war that killed thousands of americans, hundreds and thousands of iraqis, and the outcome was what question mike but waste. this time the war they are agitating for is not against this little podunk arab theocracy like saddam hussein's, but it's against a nuclear armed eurasian civilization with one of the largest arsenals on earth. so how is that happening? is very puzzling and very disturbing and i think americans should have this sense that we've been down this road before. maybe we should press our elected leaders of both parties because it's really a unit party
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for war we are heading down the path. >> tucker: shouldn't we get new people to run it? why would liz cheney get another shot? she's never done anything to help our country so why should she be in charge of the next iteration. i don't understand that. >> liz cheney is the visible face of it but there's also people who are inside government who are less than visible like the current under secretary of state victoria newlin who is a subject of my piece. her career is proof is that there is such a thing as a pro-war uni-party. worked as an aide to vice president dick cheney in the iraq war years. and then worked as an ambassador to nato and later in the bush years, and went into the state department under obama where she was in part a part of
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the benghazi debacle. skip the trump administration but now is back under biden. >> tucker: she is totally anti-american! let's not put anti-americans in charge of foreign policy. that would be my request. congratulations on the launch of the magazine. >> thanks, tucker. >> tucker: hillary clinton still here. big news to share. we are ample amplifying it on her behalf. the. they make me feel like i've got it all under control. [crowd cheers] voya. be confident to and through retirement. we got the house! voya. be confident you did! pods handles the driving. pack at your pace. store your things until you're ready. then we deliver to your new home - across town or across the country. pods, your personal moving and storage team.
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>> tucker: yes, we read hillary clinton's twitter feed and has big news in case you missed it. "i've tested positive for covid. mild symptoms but i feel fine." this is the most conventional person in new york history so she wrote the most conventional thing. here it is. "i'm more grateful than ever for
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the protection vaccines providing serious illness." [laughs] please get vaccinated and boosted if you haven't already. i keep getting corona but i'm very glad for the vaccine! at this point, telling us you have corona is like telling us you have a uti. we are grateful you watched. we will see you tomorrow night. enjoy it with the ones you love. >> sean: welcome to "hannity." we have a fox news alert, russian forces repelled from ukraine's capital city once again after an important suburb outside of kyiv was retaken by ukrainian soldiers after a counter attack. the besieged city, we been telling you about maripuol continues to hold out despite horrific conditions on the ground. reports that president zelenskyy is saying the entire city is devastated. the rest of ukraine


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