Hannity Radio Show Recap: Sep 6

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.07.18


4:00 PM ET – David Schoen, Civil Liberties Attorney and Sara Carter, Fox News Contributor and Investigative Reporter, take a closer look at the declassification of the redacted files that so many are waiting to see. From Sara’s story on this topic yesterday:

President Trump is expected to declassify the redacted 20 pages of documents from the controversial Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant that have still not been made public, which allowed the FBI to spy on short-term campaign volunteer Carter Page, numerous sources told SaraACarter.com. This comes after nearly a year of stonewalling by the Department of Justice at the demand of lawmakers, who claim that the 20 redacted pages will reveal explosive information about the FBI’s handling of the Trump-Russia investigation, according to sources.

In a 38 minute interview with the Daily Caller Tuesday, President Trump said the White House is “looking at it very seriously right now because the things that have gone on are so bad, so bad. I mean they were surveilling my campaign. If that happened on the other foot, they would’ve considered that treasonous. They would’ve considered that spying at the highest level. Can you imagine if we were doing that to Obama instead of Obama and his people doing that to us? Everybody would’ve been in jail for the next 500 years. OK? Can you believe it, where they paid this guy millions of dollars, it turned out? If you look at all of the things that are happening.”

4:30 PM ET – Andy McCarthy, Fox News Contributor, columnist for National Review and former Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, takes a close look at the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. McCarthy stands by Judge Kavanaugh is disgusted by the treatment he has received for the sake of party politics.

5:00 PM ET – Jonathan Gilliam, author of the newly released book, Sheep No More, and Danielle McLaughlin, an Attorney & Constitutional Expert who co-wrote The Federalist Society: How Conservatives took the Law Back from Liberals, discuss Colin Kaepernick and the media fever pitch around his NIKE ad. Some say that a better for the slogan of sacrifice everything might have been better exemplified by Pat Tillman who left the NFL to serve in the military and died in Afghanistan. Danielle and Jonathan will also touch on the anonymous op-ed in the NY Times and the ongoing feigned outrage over speculation and assumptions.

5:30 PM ET – Peter Schweizer, creator of the new documentary “The Creepy Line” which releases on September 17. Schweizer is also the author of Clinton Cash and the co-author of Compromised. About the film from the Daily Caller:

The title got its name from an infamous 2010 speech by Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google at the time, who said his company’s policy was “to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it,” The New York Times reported on March 6.

The documentary has interviews with several high-profile public figures, including Canadian clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson, who explains how these tech giants hold great power that threatens the fabric of society.

“These are all free services, but obviously they’re not,” Peterson said. “Your interaction with them is governed so that it will generate revenue.”

Others interviewed in the ominous trailer warn that “Facebook constantly manipulates their users. They do it by the things they insert into the news feeds and they do it by the types of posts they allow their users to see.”

Google can suppress certain results based on what they think one should be seeing, another declared.

“They don’t sell you anything. They sell you,” another voice said.

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