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Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Oct 7

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.07.19

**PRESIDENT TRUMP FIGHTS BACK AGAINST ADAM SCHIFF’S PARODY – AKA – LIES
**BIDEN’S SON UNDER INVESTIGATION WITH THE UKRANIAN GOVERNMENT
**60 MINUTES REPORTS WHISTLEBLOWER UNDER PROTECTIVE CUSTODY – FAKE NEWS!
**CHANNEL FORCED TO RETRACT THE STATEMENT AND ISSUE APOLOGY
**STEPHEN MILLER TELLS THE SUNDAY SHOWS THAT THE PRESIDENT IS THE WHISTLEBLOWER

4:05 PM ET – Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House and Host of the Newt’s World podcast, joins to discuss the impeachment efforts, the divisiveness of the left and a time when the conversation did not turn into subpoenas and anonymous whistleblowers. In 1994, the Speaker unified the republicans, and negotiated with the democrats. This year celebrates 25 years of his contract with America, and takes a look at why it might work today. The speaker feels that these impeachment efforts look and smell a lot more like a coup.

4:35 PM ET – Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio, is here to discuss the antics of the left and Speaker Pelosi’s decision to move forward with the impeachment:
Jordan appeared on “State of the Union” and told host Jake Tapper that Pelosi was always willing to do whatever it took to bounce Trump from office, ever since his election victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016.

“[Democrats] don’t care about the facts, they don’t care about the truth,” he said. “And you know why we know that? Because Nancy Pelosi did a press conference the day before and said she was going to move towards impeachment, the day before she even saw the transcript. That just shows you these folks are bound and determined to go after this president, no matter what.”

Jordan said the initial whistleblower complaint was based on second-hand information and claimed the hard copy of the transcript showed no crimes that were worthy of impeachment.

5:05 PM ET – Sean Davis, Co-Founder of The Federalist, is here to talk about the changing of the whistleblower laws, just three weeks prior to this anonymous complaint against President Trump. Joining him to discuss the legal aspects of this is Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and author Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History.

On Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” Monday, Sean Davis explained the corruption within the intelligence community. Over the course of the past year, the intel community eliminated a requirement that whistleblowers must provide firsthand knowledge of alleged wrongdoings in order to file a complaint.
“The changes to eliminate the requirement for firsthand information in whistleblower complaints happened between May 2018 and August 2019. … When we asked the DNI and the IC IG for information on who changed it, when, and why, they straight up refused to answer that question,” Davis said.

We were told that the congressional committees didn’t get this whistleblower complaint until September. But when you look at the complaint, which the president declassified and released last week, it was dated Aug. 12, and it was addressed to Adam Schiff himself,” Davis said. “So it certainly seems as if Schiff knew a lot more about what was going on than he let on.”