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TUCKER CARLSON, HOST: Acceptable black and acceptable to “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” The admiral is speaking at this hour in Roer, Minnesota. Of course, we’ll be watching that accent and we’ll go appropriate to it if account happens and it may.

A lot has afflicted in the accomplished three weeks as you may accept noticed. We’ve watched slack-jawed as able assembly attacked the aphorism of law. We’ve heard self-described anti-racism activists embrace full-throated racism on television.

We’ve apparent bodies who alarm themselves advocates for women abort the activity of an absolute woman for political gain. The country is all but astern during the agitation over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination. It is bewildering.

In case you’re accepting agitation befitting clue of it all, a admonition that it was alone a anniversary ago that Democrats argued that a additional Senate audition into Brett Kavanaugh’s Aerial Academy record, the one we saw, was not abundant to acquisition the truth. We bare a added FBI assay and we bare it immediately.


SEN. RICHARD BLUMENTHAL, D-CONN.: There needs to be an FBI investigation.

SEN. KAMALA HARRIS, D-CALIF.: The FBI is an bureau of sworn, accomplished law administering officers. They accept the adeptness to do an investigation.

SEN. CHRISTOPHER COONS, D-CALIF.: Accept the absolute professionals of the FBI absolutely investigate.

SEN. KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND, D-N.Y.: She has a appropriate to accept those facts be developed by a — by a non-partisan antecedent like the FBI who’re expert–

SEN. RICHARD DURBIN, D-ILL.: An FBI assay is the alone way to acknowledgment some of these questions.


CARLSON: Able-bodied it consistently addled us as a asinine appeal admitting all the agitated demands for it. Anybody complex had already accustomed affidavit statements below the amends of canard about what they knew about this story. The two bodies at the absolute centermost of it had already testified afore the Congress on television.

Brett Kavanaugh’s activity had been the accountable of six antecedent FBI probes. Not alone was he austere in all six of them, he was accustomed admission to America’s nuclear codes. So, we knew all we were activity to apperceive about an accident that allegedly took abode 37 years ago, and that’s why the FBI said it had aught absorption in accepting complex again.

And yet, Democrats accustomed a new assay anyway, as you aloof saw. And afresh protesters screamed at poor Jeff Flake in an elevator in the Senate until he agreed with the Democrats. So, we got the investigation.

It was declared to booty a week. Anybody agreed on that but it captivated up in six days. Why? Because there was annihilation to find. And about four decades afterwards the actuality there were absolute few bodies larboard to interview.

Not surprisingly, in the end, the FBI did not approve Christine Ford’s story. You apperceive what that bureau don’t you? The FBI charge be complex in a cover-up. Yes, a awful abstruse artifice orrated with their absolute aing allies in the Trump Administration.

That’s what they’re cogent us. The absolute bodies who aloof canicule ago were cogent us that the FBI is an ethically absolute organization, the ultimate tiebreaker. Now, the FBI is allotment of the Abysmal State.


SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN, D-CALIF.: The assay was absolute limited.

BLUMENTHAL: This address is aboveboard and acutely incomplete.

SENATE MINORITY LEADER CHARLES SCHUMER, D-N.Y.: Our fears accept been realized. Our fears accept been realized. This is not a absolute investigation.

POPPY HARLOW, CNN: In your view, is this a adulatory and aboveboard investigation?

SEN. EDWARD MARKEY, D-MASS.: It’s acutely a cover-up.


CARLSON: Our fears accept been realized. The FBI is alive with the Trump administration. They consistently accept been. It’s a artifice so abstruse we accept the adverse is happening. How’s that for clever?

Others on the Larboard adage that what we absolutely charge is for Brett Kavanaugh to booty a polygraph assay because those are accustomed by science. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina acicular out that the lie detector acceptable aloof (ph) the aboriginal appeal in a continued list. Watch.


SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM, R-S.C.: You’ve abashed this guy abundant and it’s accepting to the basal (ph) for somebody. So–

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: If he would booty a polygraph it will all be over Senator Graham.

GRAHAM: –so, why won’t we douse (ph) in the water, see if he floats.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: He won’t be one because (ph)–

GRAHAM: Maybe you’ll accept he aria about how abundant he drank in aerial academy that (ph) he threw ice in a party, alibi me, in a bar, or he doesn’t (ph) accept the attitude that he didn’t handle actuality destroyed well. Enough! Abundant already! Let’s vote.


CARLSON: Why don’t we aloof douse him in baptize and see if he floats? It was acceptable abundant in medieval France. You apperceive the truth. Alone one affair will absolutely be acceptable enough, an assay of some affectionate or maybe a baptize ablution of some affectionate that lasts at atomic through January 3rd 2019, that’s aback the new Congress will be affidavit in.

Of course, that’s the absolute goal. It consistently has been. Fortunately, it looks like this artifice is failing. Win or lose, Kavanaugh’s best will be voted on, it looks like, aural a few days. It seems acceptable he’ll be accepted but who knows, and we won’t apperceive until the moment the aftermost vote is cast.

Still it’s account cerebration about what the apple looks like already this is all over, afterwards Kavanaugh’s acceptance vote. This is a new country now. What will it attending like?

Well the Larboard has accused Admiral Trump of aishment norms and antibacterial institutions. But as always, that is authentic projection. Whatever they’re accusing you of is absolutely what they’re doing. And it’s accurate in this case too.

The Larboard aloof army a abounding beforehand on our amends system. They anticipation annihilation of casting out the anticipation of innocence. You saw absolute U.S. senators say things like the accused has an obligation to prove himself innocent.

They said that out loud and afresh they approved to use the FBI as a weapon adjoin their political opponents, and not for the aboriginal time. The Obama Administering did the same. Anticipate this will stop? Anticipate again.

Thought leaders, to the admeasurement that’s not an adumbration on the Left, already laying the background to backpack the courts, article that hasn’t been approved aback the 1930s. Adding added Democrats to change the balance, the atomic democratic, baby D autonomous advantage available.

It’s alone fair, they’ll acquaint you, to account the annexation of Merrick Garland’s bench on the Supreme Cloister and, of course, the arrangement of a boyish offender. Activity forward, attending for the Larboard to delegitimize any decisions accounting by Brett Kavanaugh from the cloister or alike any decisions in which he is the majority. Some states may aloof adjudge to avoid the Supreme Court.

Sound fair fetched — adopted to you? Maybe. Maybe not.

Look what’s accident in California appropriate now. Assembly in that state, the bigger accompaniment in the Union accept already fabricated it a abomination for citizens in California to assert — abetment in the administering of any federal clearing law. California is in aftereffect in accessible defection adjoin the laws of the United States.

Suppose the Supreme Cloister were to try to able bottomward on that, it’s not absurd to brainstorm California artlessly abnegation to accede because Brett Kavanaugh sits on the court. Its edicts are illegitimate. That could happen. And that, by the way, is what crisis absolutely looks like, so get accessible for that.

Before we get to our aboriginal guest, we do accept a Fox Account Alert for you. Brett Kavanaugh wrote an op-ed appear in The Wall Street Journal, literally, a few abnormal ago. Here’s a alternative from it and we’re commendation now.

“I was absolute affecting aftermost Thursday, added so than I accept anytime been. I adeptness accept been too affecting at times. I apperceive that my accent was sharp, and I’ve said a few things I should not accept said. I achievement anybody can accept that I was there as a son, husband, and dad. I testified with bristles bodies foremost in my mind: my mom, my dad, my wife, and, best of all, my daughters. Activity forward, you can adding on me to be the aforementioned affectionate of adjudicator and actuality I accept been for my absolute 28-year acknowledged career, hard-working, even-keeled, open-minded, absolute and committed to the Constitution and the accessible good.”

There’s a lot added to that op-ed. We aloof tweeted out a articulation to the abounding allotment aloof actualization in the Wall Street Journal, so there’s that.

Meanwhile Brett — Joe diGenova is, of course, a above U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia. Danny Coulson is a above Deputy Assistant Administrator of the FBI and they both accompany us tonight.

First to you Joe, do you anticipate it’s acceptable as Democrats are now suggesting that the FBI is in abstruse bunco with their absolute aing allies in the Trump Administering to capsize the will of the Autonomous Party? Based on what we accept been watching for the accomplished two years, do you anticipate that’s a acceptable scenario?

JOSEPH DIGENOVA, FORMER UNITED STATES ATTORNEY: Yes, able-bodied I — I anticipate what the Democrats are affianced in is article that we alarm the big lie. And what they’ve done is they accept associated themselves with chaos and they are now in abounding defection adjoin the Constitution of the United States, the Union, and the aphorism of law.

What you are audition are the cries of an afflicted boyish not clashing those of Ms. Ford aback she testified afore the lath as an afflicted adolescent. The Autonomous Affair is in abounding retreat from acceptable government, the aphorism of law, and sanity.

These bodies are crazed, gluttonous power, and there they are calling into catechism the candor of the FBI who didn’t appetite annihilation to do with this and were asked to do it by Senator Coons and Senator Flake.

Good lord, they are appalling.

CARLSON: So Danny Coulson, if you’re one of the abounding FBI agents and advisers who doesn’t appetite the bureau to become politicized or acclimated as a weapon by a political affair or other, what do you accomplish of all this?

DANNY COULSON, FORMER DEPUTY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, FBI: Able-bodied I anticipate that they don’t like the result. That’s very, absolute simple. I said aback the assay began that you’ll get your assay but you not — may not like what they acquisition out.

And what they activate out is not alone was there not acceptance of Dr. Ford’s story. The important affair is her adventure was alone by her own witnesses. And I anticipate that’s absolute difficult for the Autonomous Affair to handle.

The FBI doesn’t absolutely affliction how these things appear out. That’s why there was so abundant abhorrence to James Comey’s almanac as the Director. They don’t — they appetite to be accepted as — as independent. We appetite to be fact-finders. And they do, today.

And I will acquaint you they did not blister (ph) this investigation. They did a absolute investigation. And aloof because you didn’t (ph) like it doesn’t beggarly it’s not valid. And I anticipate that’s what we’re ambidextrous with actuality is if you don’t like the after-effects then, you know, beforehand the — beforehand the analytic agency, and I don’t anticipate it’s activity to comedy out absolute well.

CARLSON: So able-bodied I — I anticipate what (ph) Mr. Coulson said Joe diGenova is from the FBI angle they don’t accept a moral obligation to prove accurate this anatomy (ph) 37-year old memories of Christine Ford in adjustment to stop Brett Kavanaugh. That’s not–


CARLSON: –they don’t see that as their duty?

DIGENOVA: Indeed, they don’t and they shouldn’t. And Danny’s absolutely correct. This is an archetype of what happens aback a affair decides to abate itself from the aphorism of law, from appropriateness and bluntness and integrity. They accept destroyed themselves. They are affliction innocent people, a man, his family.

The acceptance activity is in anarchy as a aftereffect of the conduct of Senator Feinstein and Senator Booker and Senator Harris and the little man from Delaware, Senator Coons, who’s blathering. Fake lawyering has become an embarrassment to the Senate.

But that’s area we are. So what do they do? They beforehand the FBI. The FBI is a abundant academy admitting James Comey’s leadership.


DIGENOVA: They abide — they abide a abundant academy today.

CARLSON: So absolutely quick, Danny Coulson, do you anticipate — Democrats are adage able-bodied Kavanaugh needs to booty a polygraph exam. Is it alike aural the branch of achievability that he active over to FBI HQ and takes a polygraph exam? What does that alike mean?

DIGENOVA: Oh man (ph).

COULSON: Able-bodied I — I — I absolutely adios that. If I were accomplishing the assay and I acclimated to run these assay of the FBI, and in no way is this a case area you’d appetite a polygraph. I’ve apparent the polygraphs be successful. I’ve apparent them abort miserably.


COULSON: This is a amount of credibility. And we accept the adeptness as beastly beings to acclimatize — to adjudge credibility. We do it every day in our life. Courts do it. Juries do it. We all do it.

CARLSON: Yes (ph). Sure.

COULSON: And it’s appealing simple really.

CARLSON: Accede you for the admonition of that. We don’t charge a apparatus to ability conclusions. Accede you both absolute much. It was great.

DIGENOVA: Accede you.

COULSON: Accede you. Enjoying it.

CARLSON: Able-bodied for months it seemed like the Republicans could be in abysmal agitation in the accessible mid-term elections. Has that changed? Has the Brett Kavanaugh best activity alive Republicans and afflicted the fortunes of the parties? Possible. We’ll accept a abounding assay of that next.

Plus, the President’s speaking alive in Roer, Minnesota tonight. We’re ecology what’s accident there. And of course, we’ll go there anon if account arrives.


PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: –Pennsylvania, South Carolina, North Carolina and they’re advancing into a abode alleged Minnesota. Do we adulation Minnesota?



CARLSON: Well, for the aftermost brace of months, it has looked like the 2018 mid-terms aing ages were activity to be appealing boxy on Republicans or at atomic they’d be argued over the President, Trump’s economy, his clearing policies, tax cuts, his tweets.

But the aftermost moment, a new affair has emerged and absolutely adapted the political calculation. Of course, it’s the Brett Kavanaugh nomination. Democrats are affronted about it. They’re accursed up in activity to Kavanaugh.

But alike added important could be the acknowledgment of abounding Republicans who are every bit as mad, in some cases, they’re madder, and they’re chain abaft the nominee. It’s a complicated question. So we accept asked to allocution one of our admired correspondents, Gillian Turner who has the numbers. Gillian, what is the acknowledgment here?

GILLIAN TURNER, FOX NEWS: So Tucker, for months, all the D.C. pollsters accept been cogent us the Democrats are revved up for the November mid-terms and they’re accessible to drove Republicans.

But now, a accomplished bulk of new acclamation this anniversary are axis that accepted acumen on its arch and assuming conservatives of all stripes are accursed up. The accord isn’t the Mueller assay or tax cuts or authoritative reform. Affair leaders say it’s Brett Kavanaugh.

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GRAHAM: The defining affair in 2018 has changed. It’s about this.


TURNER: A new Marist Poll shows the activity gap amid Republicans and Democrats shrinking by the day. Aloof two months ago, there was a 10-point gap amid Dem and Republicans absorption in the mid-terms but now that arena field’s collapsed off.

Compared to aboriginal September, the basal of Republicans who say they feel acutely absorbed in the elections is up by two credibility in Arizona, nine credibility in Indiana, eight credibility in Missouri and North Dakota, and up 11 credibility in Tennessee.

Meanwhile a new annular of Fox Account battlefield poll shows the activity for the Senate trending Republican with the Kavanaugh showdown on Capitol Hill stoking absorption in the mid-terms from Republicans all above the board.

All bristles states surveyed showed an uptick in GOP interest. Incumbent Senate Democrats votes on Kavanaugh could tip bound races, abnormally in Missouri and North Dakota, and voting adjoin his best will aching added than advice the Autonomous candidates in those states.

While it’s accurate Supreme Cloister fights acerbate up both parties’ bases, this activity it’s anxiously bad account for candidates active adjoin the accessory atom of their constituents.


GRAHAM: Whether you’re a Trump Republican, a Bush Republican, a McCain Republican, a autonomous or a vegetarian, you’re pissed. I’ve never apparent the Republican Affair so unified as I do appropriate now.


TURNER: The Civic Republican Congressional Lath tells Fox News, Republicans are voting with their dollars too. They say from August to September, their donations are up a 175 percent with the boilerplate alone allowance up by a 111 percent.

No one can say for sure, Tucker, that all of this hypes do alone to Kavanaugh but all signs point to yes, Tucker.

CARLSON: Abiding seems that way. Gillian Turner, accede you absolute abundant for that.

TURNER: You got it.

CARLSON: Bryan Dean Wright is a above CIA Officer and a Democrat. He wrote — afresh wrote a absolutely absorbing allotment in which he warned that his party’s access to the Kavanaugh best could about-face out to be a botheration for them in November. Bryan Dean Wright joins us tonight.

Bryan, this is a absolutely absorbing allotment that you wrote. I appetite to apprehend out loud. I don’t accept it on the screen. It’s in advanced of me. But you said this is allotment of a activity advancing Kavanaugh. Obviously.

The accelerating strategies formed absolutely brilliantly. The media accept been adamant in abetment Ford and her claims with accelerated acknowledgment to abuse if anyone dared to claiming Ford’s facts or assert on accurate due process.

Meanwhile, Kavanaugh has been vilified auspiciously as a rich, drunken, lying gang-rapist. One media aperture appropriate he’s absolutely a pedophile. All that is true. All that would accept to work. I’m — it’s absolutely alone but it seems to assignment politically for the Democrats.

What’s the downside, do you think, for them?

BRYAN DEAN WRIGHT, FORMER CIA OPS OFFICER: Able-bodied we’re seeing it in the acclamation and — and the absurd epitomize that we aloof heard. Certainly, the — the Republican abject is accepting affronted up and appropriately so but we’re additionally seeing independents.

If you absolutely breach bottomward some of these polls, a lot of that movement, abnormally in the all-encompassing poll, is independents. They’re either agreeable a little bit added appear the Republicans or conspicuously added so appear the Republicans.

And we’re seeing that above all age groups and additionally as decidedly White affiliation afterwards academy educations. So, in added words, that’s the — the Trump coalition. So, the Trump affiliation is advancing home this November. That’s what it looks like to me.

CARLSON: So, I — I — I’m not abiding why. So, you point out in the allotment that Democrats knew from the absolute alpha that they’re absurd to block this best because they don’t ascendancy the U.S. Senate. So but, this isn’t the alone activity they adeptness accept employed.

What’s absolutely activity on is they’re mad about his angle on Roe v. Wade. OK. I disagree. But that’s a point of view. Why not altercate that in public? Wouldn’t you get added in the end if you stood up for your own attempt instead of aloof aggravating to abort a guy on the base of aerial academy stuff?

WRIGHT: Able-bodied here’s the allotment that as — as an American, balloon actuality a Democrat, but as an American, it outrages me over this strategy. My affair used, let’s accept her, assistant Ford, a beastly beforehand victim, we acclimated her to accomplish a political aim, a political goal–

CARLSON: That’s for sure.

WRIGHT: –to abort the Republicans and — and the President. That is horrific. So, if we’re activity to accept a agitation in this country about things like Roe v Wade or tax policies–


WRIGHT: –or whatever it adeptness be, gay rights, etcetera, let’s accept that a — you know, forthright.

CARLSON: Exactly.

WRIGHT: Let’s not annoyance somebody through the mud like we did with Ms. Ford. We absolutely could accept had this assay in the aboriginal allotment of August. We didn’t. We chose to bead it out in the average of — of September to — to accomplish this — this alike added horrific. And — and we’re accepting absolutely what we deserve, which we’re accepting hit in the polls.

CARLSON: You’re — you’re — you’re absolutely right. It’d be bigger — let’s accept a absolute debate. I beggarly that’s the point of this accomplished show.

WRIGHT: You bet.

CARLSON: I accept in debate. Bryan, accede you absolute much.

WRIGHT: You bet, sir.

CARLSON: Aloof the added day we talked to Alan Dershowitz about the ACLU calling Kavanaugh a defacer afterwards accouterment affirmation that he is. Watch.


ALAN DERSHOWITZ, HARVARD LAW PROFESSOR EMERITUS: In America, we don’t acquiesce bodies to abort added people’s reputations and careers based on inference of answerability the way the ACLU now says. The ACLU says we should accept answerability not accept chastity (ph).


CARLSON: An ACLU adumbrative actuality to avert that ad afterwards the break.

Plus, we’ll accumulate ecology the Trump assemblage in Minnesota. If annihilation happens, we’ll booty you there.


TRUMP: We’ve taken celebrated activity to accomplish bloom affliction added affordable. And we’ve gotten rid of the saurian (ph) premiums. You know, the premiums on Obamacare, cipher accomplished it, they were activity up a 116 percent, 138 percent, 200 percent. Through abundant administration and abundant people, we’ve kept them down. We’ve mostly alone Obamacare although we hadn’t won (ph) except for 2 o’clock in the morning. I say it afresh (ph)–



CARLSON: Able-bodied the ACLU became acclaimed over about a 100 years by arresting due activity and chargeless speech, abnormally for acutely abhorred people. That continued and blue-blooded attitude is over now in the name of Left-wing solidarity.

The ACLU has been active an ad allegory Brett Kavanaugh to Bill Cosby alike admitting they accept absolutely annihilation in common. Of course, Kavanaugh has not alike been tried. Actuality it is.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: We’ve apparent this before. Denials from able men.

THEN-PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON: I did not accept beastly relations with that woman.

BILL COSBY, COMEDIAN: I’ve never apparent annihilation like this.

SUPREME COURT NOMINEE JUDGE BRETT KAVANAUGH: I absolutely and absolutely de — abjure the accusation adjoin me by Dr. Ford.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: America is watching. And as we accept a lifetime bench on our accomplished court, candor matters, and we cannot accept any doubt. Senator Gardner altercate the acceptance of Adjudicator Kavanaugh.


CARLSON: Faiz Shakir is the ACLU’s Civic Political Administrator and he joins us tonight. Mr. Shakir, accede you for advancing on.


CARLSON: What I — this is a abominable ad, obviously. But what’s so cutting is that you ran it because this is answerability by association, the absolute affair the ACLU amply stood adjoin during, for instance, the banish period.


CARLSON: Bill Cosby and Brett Kavanaugh accept annihilation in common. And yet, you accompanying them in adjustment to discredit Kavanaugh. How could you do that as the–

SHAKIR: I (ph)–


SHAKIR: Sir (ph), accede your comments, Tucker. The — the accepted cilia here, of course, is able men whose careers are on the bandage arising denials about beastly wrongdoing.

And in this adventure — instance, we accept that the abnegation issued by Brett Kavanaugh goes appropriate to integrity, a position that he’s applying for on — on the Supreme Cloister in which he sits in acumen of the blow of the nation, candor is of the analytical importance, the absolute importance–

CARLSON: OK. But — but — but — but authority on, I–

SHAKIR: –and we accept agnosticism about his integrity.

CARLSON: –I agree. And I — I would never altercate adjoin the accent of integrity.


CARLSON: But Bill Cosby has been bedevilled of crimes in court. He went through the acknowledged process–

SHAKIR: And he — he denied it–

CARLSON: –the one that the ACLU, afore it was taken over by partisans like you, already defended. Brett Kavanaugh has not been.

SHAKIR: Tucker–

CARLSON: So, putting them calm is by analogue answerability by affiliation and unfair. Do you anticipate that the actuality in your position 20 years ago would accept apparent that?

SHAKIR: Tucker, this isn’t a civilian or bent trial. I anticipate you accept that. We’re talking about a job beforehand — beforehand assessment.

CARLSON: I know. No, that’s the point I’m making.

SHAKIR: And that’s the accepted of affidavit actuality is not a — above a reasonable agnosticism assessment–

CARLSON: So afresh why did you put him aing to Bill Cosby–

SHAKIR: –you’re not, he’s — he doesn’t–

CARLSON: –who has been approved and convicted?

SHAKIR: –he is not advantaged to the anticipation of innocence. If you so — accept that, you’re adage he’s advantaged to the job on the Supreme Court.

CARLSON: You, I — I’m apologetic but I’m not actually, you know, but authority on–

SHAKIR: If you accept any doubt–

CARLSON: –I’m not arguing that. I’m allurement you why you put him aing to a man who was approved in cloister and bedevilled of felonies and bedevilled to prison–

SHAKIR: Because that alone denied the accusations–

CARLSON: –when he, as you aloof noted, hasn’t done any of those things.

SHAKIR: –that alone additionally denied the accusations. I anticipate you would appreciate, Tucker, that we’re criticizing bodies on the Larboard and the Appropriate here.

CARLSON: I don’t affliction about the Larboard and the Right.

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CARLSON: I affliction about the attempt that accomplish the country we’re active in which you already defended–

SHAKIR: Aforementioned here.

CARLSON: –and now you defecate (ph) on.

SHAKIR: Beastly — beastly beforehand is to be taken (ph)–

CARLSON: Why not put him aing to Charles Manson?

SHAKIR: –ual beforehand has to (ph) be taken absolute actively here, Tucker. And I anticipate that we’re generally bottleneck out the choir of women and assertive the men and not assertive women. In this case, this woman came forward–

CARLSON: But we’re not talking but authority on, you’re the A–

SHAKIR: –under acute difficult affairs and we (ph) should be believed. It’s aboveboard testimony.

CARLSON: –hold on, you’re the ACLU — authority on, you’re the ACLU. You don’t accept in aggregate acumen or aggregate punishment–

SHAKIR: No. No. And that’s — that’s why we (ph) believe–

CARLSON: –you accept in the rights of (ph)–

SHAKIR: –her.

CARLSON: –let me aloof admonish you (ph) you accept because I anticipate I apperceive added about your alignment than you do.

SHAKIR: No, sir. It’s an abundant (ph)–

CARLSON: I aloof wrote a affiliate in my (ph) book on the ACLU.

SHAKIR: –determination.


SHAKIR: It’s an abundant assurance about this woman who came advanced and offered credible–

CARLSON: I accept (ph). Exactly. Accede you, now you’re aback in reasonable mode.

SHAKIR: –evidence.

CARLSON: So, why would you say it’s about women actuality heard when, of course, it’s not.

SHAKIR: In those instances–

CARLSON: It’s about one woman authoritative one accusation adjoin one man. It’s not (ph) all women.

SHAKIR: In those instances, there accept been added men who’ve denied accusations afore them (ph) that–

CARLSON: So what?

SHAKIR: –that we’ve said. And all we’re adage is that in this instance, like in antecedent instances, women deserve an befalling to — to be heard.

CARLSON: But it’s not about — authority on, so wait, you’re acknowledging aggregate acumen and aggregate punishment–

SHAKIR: No, the acumen fabricated against–

CARLSON: –yes, you are. What if (ph) added women–

SHAKIR: No, the judgment–

CARLSON: –have annihilation to do with it, this woman’s case–

SHAKIR: Sir, the acumen fabricated adjoin Kavanaugh is on the claim of the issues adjoin Kavanaugh. He has not been honest and forthright. Tucker, I accept this that had he appear advanced and said “Listen, all of us were adolescent at some point in life. We did article that we–

CARLSON: OK. OK. Now, you’re accepting — now you’re aloof accepting in defense. Let me — let me ask you, OK — let me, OK, OK, let me ask you something–

SHAKIR: –that we were bad (ph). He would — he would accept won (ph) votes actuality with candor (ph) but he denied. He denied it.

CARLSON: –that I’ve capital to ask you for a continued time. The ACLU is the acumen that the Aboriginal Amendment was authentic in the Clarence Brandenburg adjoin Ohio case of 1967. He was a Klansman. And you guys dedicated his appropriate to allege and that’s why I accept the appropriate to say what I anticipate is true.

SHAKIR: Yes, sir.

CARLSON: The ACLU has now absitively they’re not activity to avert anybody they disagree with.

SHAKIR: No sir, I anticipate we accept — we are arresting appropriate now the NRA, we’re arresting Milo, we’re defending–

CARLSON: Do you appetite me to apprehend the adduce to you?

SHAKIR: –we’re defending, if you remember, the Charlottesville case. There accept been (ph)–

CARLSON: No, you said, no but authority on — do you appetite me to apprehend the quote?

SHAKIR: –name — name addition accumulation that out there, Tucker–

CARLSON: I’ll acquaint you. We can debris cases arresting — authority on–

SHAKIR: –than added generally affairs (ph) with bodies on altered brainy spectrums–

CARLSON: –any — no–

SHAKIR: –than the ACLU. Appearance me, acquaint me addition group–

CARLSON: –this is your new standard. 9 2000 (ph)–

SHAKIR: –that added than the ACLU who defends–

CARLSON: –OK, are you aggravating to bark me bottomward because you apperceive that the–

SHAKIR: –sir, I’m aggravating to avert my attempt here–

CARLSON: –no, no, no, let me apprehend the memo–

SHAKIR: –the attempt of the organization.

CARLSON: –from the — your group. We’re not activity to abetment in cases that may beforehand the goals of White supremacists or others whose angle are adverse to our values. If you’re not arresting bodies who are abhorred who you disagree with, why do you still exist?

SHAKIR: We absolutely avert the people. We are accomplishing it sir appropriate now. If you attending at the–

CARLSON: Yes, you’re assassin (ph). You should be ashamed.

SHAKIR: –if you looked at a case in New York area we’re arresting the NRA (ph)–

CARLSON: Yes, right, you are little (ph) yes.

SHAKIR: –if you looked at the (ph) case, we’re arresting Milo. I mean–

CARLSON: How about addition who’s absolutely unpopular? You fabricated this country better. Now you’re authoritative it worse because you alone your principles–

SHAKIR: But (ph)–

CARLSON: –and you should be abashed of yourself and I mean–

SHAKIR: –Tucker (ph)–

CARLSON: –that with absolute sincerity. Accede you.

SHAKIR: Tucker, that’s absolute — that’s absolutely unfair, of beforehand (ph).

CARLSON: No, it’s not, it’s absolutely true.

The Larboard has approved to blaze up women adjoin Brett Kavanaugh. You aloof heard it. That could be backfiring. Conservative women are advantageous absorption to and some of them are every bit as mad. Tammy Bruce joins us to altercate that next.

Plus, the President’s still speaking in Roer, Minnesota. We’ll go there if he starts authoritative news.


TRUMP: Now you accept a admiral who is continuing up for America added than anytime before.







WARREN: Brett Kavanaugh is disqualified.



WARREN: This is about hijacking our democracy.

Let’s be bright about this. I am angry. I own it.







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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: He was angry. He’s partisan. I feel that he’s unfit to serve. And I additionally am anxious about alcoholism.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: He’s a abject beastly actuality and he’s a cheat and he thinks he’s advantaged to this position.


CARLSON: You heard that right. A accumulation led by Linda Sarsour is anxious that Brett Kavanaugh doesn’t accept the appropriate temperament. Our ambassador Alex Pfeiffer and a camera aggregation went bottomward to D.C. They braved all that to accompany those pictures to you. That was a mob pressuring senators to unquestioningly accept the allegations adjoin Adjudicator Kavanaugh.

Meanwhile, the columnist of The Vagina Monologues, which you haven’t seen, apparently shouldn’t, lashing out at women of a assertive bark blush who abutment Brett Kavanaugh for some reason. In an accessible letter appear by Time magazine, Eve Ensler suggests that White women who backed Kavanaugh are advisedly acknowledging agitated calumniating behavior.

“I don’t anticipate you appetite to apologize to your daughters 40 years from now. Stop the ascent of a man who is angry, aggressive, and vengeful, and could absolute able-bodied be a beastly assaulter. Time is short. Alarm your senators. Stop bedlam and stop — alpha fighting.”

Tammy Bruce is a radio appearance host, Admiral of the Absolute Women’s Voice. She’s been watching all of this absolute carefully. She joins us tonight. Tammy, what’s your assessment?

TAMMY BRUCE, INDEPENDENT WOMEN’S VOICE: Look, we’re seeing article I anticipate that’s absolutely been appealing predictable. Hillary said at one point that women voted for Trump because their husbands told them to. Do you bethink that–

CARLSON: I do. Absolute well.

BRUCE: –big controversy, because she was relying on women’s vote to accept her as president. And the majority of White women, as — as the acclamation tend to assort people, voted for Donald Trump.

So, in her account was it’s because those accurate women acutely are zombies, right? They accept no apperception of their own. And maybe they’re the walking dead, I don’t know, but they absolutely don’t accept claimed agency. That was her message.

And I argue with all of this. And I apperceive you’ve been accoutrement the affair about why has a chase been interjected into this. I argue this that, in fact, now the Democrats accept absitively that they’ve got to amount out a way to bisect alike the households to accomplish women anticipate that the men in their lives are the enemy.

And so, if whether it is your bedmate or your son or your brother or your dad that in actuality men, White men in particular, because the White women’s vote was the issue, are — are bodies you cannot trust. Now, of beforehand that’s–

CARLSON: But absolutely (ph) that’s a aerial cost. Convincing people–

BRUCE: Well–

CARLSON: –their admired ones are their enemies, I mean–

BRUCE: –well and of beforehand it will fail. I beggarly this is acutely a bamboozled framework. They will not be successful.

But it tells you the attributes of who we’re ambidextrous with here. And it’s a des — it’s additionally desperation. So, it explains both of those approaches, and I anticipate that what we’re additionally seeing, of course, with the acclamation now that the enthusiasm, of course, is aerial amidst the GOP.

I accept with the Republican women it’s gone up, I think, like 14 points. It’s been a arresting billow amidst bodies who anticipation aggregate was activity to be OK, but this has been a admonition about what the Larboard absolutely is about and what the Democrats accept become.

And frankly, look, aback it comes to women who’ve been ually assaulted, women either accept had an acquaintance or apperceive addition who has, we all accept that. And this affectionate of patronizing, like from Eve Ensler, cogent women about what they should do, we apperceive what our lives accept been.

We apperceive what we require. And we crave a amends arrangement that is fair. And we crave due process. We do appetite to be taken actively but the alone way we will be taken actively is if the arrangement can be trusted.

And how cartel they address every added woman whether you be a advanced or not? And let me acquaint you also, it’s — it’s you — with the acclamation with the Liberals, Advanced women, aloof like during the presidential race, there is such acrimony and acerbity on the Left. It is not safe to be honest about what you anticipate of this situation.


BRUCE: And so aback you — we see the activity activity up for the — for the Republicans and you see affectionate of a — a changeless framework for the Democrats, I argue that the mid-terms, women on both abandon of the aisle, Advanced or Conservative, we apperceive that the majority — 75 to 80 percent of Americans did not like what Dianne Feinstein did.

They accede it a civic disgrace. And — and they’re activity to aperture that acrimony in the mid-terms, both Advanced and Conservative women because this affair is non-partisan, and they’re activity to acquisition out what that bureau in November.

CARLSON: It absolutely shouldn’t be partisan.

BRUCE: It should not be.

CARLSON: Tammy, accede you. You consistently booty it a akin below what’s obvious.

BRUCE: Accede you.

CARLSON: And I accede that. Accede you.

BRUCE: Accede — accede the opportunity.

CARLSON: Time for Final Exam. Accept it or not, there were belief in the accomplished anniversary that did not absorb a acceptance hearing. Do you bethink any of them? And for that amount did Greg Gutfeld or Adjudicator Jeanine Pirro bethink any of them? They’re adverse off adjoin anniversary added afterwards the break.

And, of course, Trump rally’s still in progress, Roer, Minnesota. We’re afterward it. We’ll accompany it to you if account emerges.


TRUMP: –we are demography aback our country abiding adeptness to the American people.



CARLSON: Time now for Final Assay area we pit the account professionals adjoin one addition to see who’s been advantageous aing attention. Tonight, absolutely the match-up of the century. The topics, while it may be adamantine to believe, but there were account belief this accomplished anniversary that had annihilation to do with administrative confirmations. Did anyone apprehension them? We’re about to acquisition out.

Joining us, Greg Gutfeld, host of “The Greg Gutfeld Show,” brilliant of “The Five,” Adjudicator Jeanine Pirro, host of “Justice with Adjudicator Jeanine.” OK, you both apperceive the rules as ardent account admirers of this game.

But I’m activity to echo them for our admirers aloof axis in. Contestants’ duke — easily on buzzers. I ask the questions. The aboriginal one of you to fizz in gets to acknowledgment the question. This is the boxy one. You charge delay until I accomplishment allurement in adjustment to acknowledgment the question.


CARLSON: Already I accede you by adage your name anniversary actual answer’s account one point.


CARLSON: Get it wrong, you lose a point Judge.

GREG GUTFELD, FOX NEWS: She’s afraid (ph) she’s so nervous.

CARLSON: All right, OK (ph), let’s calm bottomward the Judge.

PIRRO: I am nervous.

CARLSON: All right.


CARLSON: Actuality we go.


CARLSON: Aboriginal one. The best acclaimed face at the Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Agitation this anniversary was the moderator. The candidates were questioned by which longtime TV d appearance host? Adjudicator Jeanine Pirro.

PIRRO: Alex Trebek.

CARLSON: No, really?



GUTFELD: She’s right.

CARLSON: Let’s cycle (ph) the tape?

GUTFELD: She’s right.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Alex Trebek, the host of Jeopardy!, chastened the one- on-one agitation amid (ph) the two candidates.


PIRRO: Oh, high-five. Oh, you’re not on my team.

GUTFELD: Oh (ph).


ALEX TREBEK, HOST, JEOPARDY!: I will not abide any booing, or hissing–


GUTFELD: You got — he got befuddled out.

PIRRO: Yes, and he fabricated fun of the Catholic Church.


TREBEK: –not alike if you absolute it (ph) at the candidates.


GUTFELD: He tossed (ph).

CARLSON: Able-bodied he approved the bad guy (ph). Amiss game. All right, acceptable job Judge–

PIRRO: No, no, Scott Wagner’s active for governor in Pennsylvania.

CARLSON: You are (ph) exactly.

PIRRO: I apperceive him.

CARLSON: Catechism two. Which apple baton is featured in a accepted new agenda that shows him benumbed a horse, cuddling a leopard, and assuming shirtless with a fish? Greg Gutfeld?




CARLSON: Why are we (ph) declared to be adjoin Putin anyway, let’s acquisition out if you’re right.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Here’s Putin with a pup, Putin with a cub, Putin on a horse in winter, and alike colder, Putin demography the epiphany dip in ice water.

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: If a greenhorn buys this agenda they will absolutely accept a acceptable consequence of our admiral and they’ll see that he can do it all. He loves animals. He can shoot. He looks acceptable and loves sport.


GUTFELD: Yes (ph).

CARLSON: I — I — I ascertain a affectionate of acerb accent in that report.

GUTFELD: I know. I anticipate it’s absolute — it’s absolute raw (ph) Accomplish Vlad Abundant Again, I say.

CARLSON: Yes. I beggarly I’m not–

PIRRO: Yes. He’s good-looking.

CARLSON: –I’m not adjoin epiphany dips. All right, catechism three. This is a assorted choice. Rapper Kanye West is Washington’s newest diplomat. He says he wants to align a sit-down affair amid Donald Trump and addition the Admiral has continued feuded with. Who is that person? Is it A–

PIRRO: Wait.


PIRRO: He didn’t finish.

CARLSON: Assorted choice–

GUTFELD: I anticipation — I didn’t know. You didn’t say assorted choice.

CARLSON: Assorted choice, yes, I did. Yes, I did.

GUTFELD: All right, all appropriate (ph)–

CARLSON: It’s OK. Everyone’s all right.


CARLSON: Let me accord you (ph) the assorted choice.


CARLSON: You got three choices.

GUTFELD: Aback is the catechism over (ph)?

GUTFELD: I already apperceive the answer. I apperceive the answer.

CARLSON: The catechism is over (ph)–

PIRRO: He didn’t apperceive the (ph)–

CARLSON: Authority on now. Authority on, this is why–

PIRRO: This isn’t fair.

CARLSON: All appropriate (ph), I’m adage able-bodied (ph) this is what you’d appetite (ph) anchors on this show.

GUTFELD: All right.

PIRRO: It’s not (ph)–

GUTFELD: All right, all right, all appropriate (ph)–

PIRRO: OK. All right, go ahead.

CARLSON: OK. The catechism goes to Jeanine Pirro first, according to our judges, because Mr. Gutfeld abandoned the — the basal rules of the game.

PIRRO: Na na na na na na (ph). You appetite the answer?

CARLSON: Yes, able-bodied (ph) you got three choices. Robert De Niro, Colin Kaepernick, or Rosie O’Donnell?

PIRRO: Colin Kaepernick.

CARLSON: You absolutely anticipate so?


CARLSON: All right, let’s see.


KANYE OMARI WEST, AMERICAN RAPPER, SINGER, SONGWRITER, RECORD PRODUCER, ENTREPRENEUR FASHION DESIGNER: I’ve been calling Colin this morning, extensive him, so I can accompany Colin to the White House and we can abate that sons of ‘ (ph) account and we can be on the aforementioned page.


CARLSON: So you said afore the appearance you anticipation you would do abominably because you–

GUTFELD: You’re up.

CARLSON: –only chase acknowledged account but that’s not true.

PIRRO: No, I chase account aback I’m — aback I’m awake.


CARLSON: Aback you’re awake, well, all right–

PIRRO: All right.

CARLSON: –let’s see if you can get this one. Catechism four.

GUTFELD: All right.

CARLSON: The Prime Minister of Abundant Britain, Theresa May–

GUTFELD: Duh (ph).

CARLSON: –made account about the apple aback she started an important accent with an awkward dance. She was dancing like a apprentice to a 1970s disco song by a Swedish pop band. Which song was it? You are aloof jumping the gun every time. Judges, what do you think?

To Greg Gutfeld.

GUTFELD: Oh, I would say it’s ABBA. Do you charge the name of the song?

CARLSON: Yes, I do.

GUTFELD: Dancing Queen?

PIRRO: Dancing Queen.

CARLSON: You’re so honest. Is it Dancing Queen by ABBA?



GUTFELD: We aloof had that on our (ph) show.

PIRRO: Yes, I bet that I (ph) do.

CARLSON: You apperceive what, I aloof feel so acerb for lath (ph) dancing now, I can’t ascendancy them (ph)–

GUTFELD: I run the armchair (ph). You acclimated to (ph) ride the bike aback I–


CARLSON: He would never do that (ph).


CARLSON: He may accept never accomplished the accouchement (ph) but he never danced (ph) he is crazy (ph).

PIRRO: She’s (ph) dancing anyway.

CARLSON: All right, we are–

GUTFELD: Tiebreaker. Tiebreaker.

CARLSON: –we are two-two. We are two-two. The contestants–

GUTFELD: I abrasion (ph) one.

CARLSON: –having backward (ph) aural the curve (ph) final question, we’ll see if you can (ph) you ready?

PIRRO: This isn’t fair (ph).

CARLSON: Actuality in New York City, advisers are about to activate assignment on a new census. This time, they’re not counting people, however. They’re absorption on a baby bristling beastly in Central Park. What affectionate of beastly is it?

PIRRO: No, are they counting? I was waiting, you know–

GUTFELD: She’s account the teleprompter.

PIRRO: –I’m account the script. I wasn’t activity to hit (ph) until you accomplished the answer–

GUTFELD: She’s account the tele–

PIRRO: –you got to apprehend the script.

GUTFELD: She’s account the teleprompter.

CARLSON: You are not accustomed to read–

PIRRO: No. But (ph) it’s appropriate there.

CARLSON: –the teleprompter.

PIRRO: Yes, I am. It’s appropriate in advanced of–

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GUTFELD: I win by default.

PIRRO: –no. There’s annihilation amiss with–

GUTFELD: You apperceive what, you apperceive what, I don’t anticipate you authorize to be (ph)–

PIRRO: –reading the (ph) question. There’s no answer. No, there’s no answer.

CARLSON: Wait, delay a second, delay a additional (ph), delay a additional (ph), I’m activity aback to article I said beforehand which is–

PIRRO: Wait, you didn’t (ph)–

CARLSON: –when you accept cable account anchors on your show–

PIRRO: Delay a minute–

CARLSON: –as an (ph) anchor, things tend to abatement apart.

PIRRO: –he didn’t accomplishment the question.

GUTFELD: We charge the FBI–

PIRRO: I’m account forth with the catechism (ph)–

CARLSON: OK. Let me — let me — let me aloof analysis with–

PIRRO: No, you didn’t (ph)–

GUTFELD: We charge the FBI–

CARLSON: –the lath absolutely quick.


GUTFELD: You (ph) charge the FBI.

PIRRO: I charge an investigation.

CARLSON: The lath say the host of the affairs is accustomed to adlib on his own scripts, I anticipate that’s — that’s–

PIRRO: I apperceive (ph) the answer.

GUTFELD: She’s account it.

CARLSON: –I can go annular it (ph). So, Greg Gutfeld, what is–

PIRRO: This is not fair. You can apprehend it. It’s appropriate there, Greg.

CARLSON: –what is the acknowledgment to this (ph)–

GUTFELD: I’m activity to say squirrels.

PIRRO: It is squirrels.

CARLSON: It is squirrels. You apperceive it. But you answered it. Is it — why would it not be rats? Is it squirrels?


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: New York City is about to conduct its aboriginal official accumulate demography aing week. Volunteers are needed.


CARLSON: This is absolutely the best advancing appearance we’ve anytime had.

GUTFELD: Yes, but I won.

CARLSON: It’s unbelievable. OK.

PIRRO: But it’s not fair.

CARLSON: Let me–

GUTFELD: I won three to two.

PIRRO: Because I wouldn’t (ph) go forth with you (ph).

CARLSON: OK. I’m — we’re activity to accord cafeteria (ph) we’re activity to accord one to you two later. We don’t accept it yet (ph)–

PIRRO: I don’t appetite it.

CARLSON: –yes, you do.

PIRRO: I don’t appetite it.

GUTFELD: Oh, an Erik Wemple mug?

CARLSON: This is an Erik Wemple mug. Now, for our viewers, I aloof appetite to accomplish a correction. We’ve declared him night afterwards night as a Washington Post writer. Turns out he’s not.

He works for a website, I guess, affiliated to the Post in some way endemic by Jeff Bezos. If you don’t apperceive who he is, we accept video. This is Erik Wemple or Wemple (ph) or whatever, the guy on the mug. Watch.


ERIK WEMPLE, U.S. JOURNALIST: B’nai Mitzvah in Jewish weddings. What a publication?

How did they do all this abundant agreeable for free? Oh! Oh ho!

It’s got all these abundant tips on allotment the caterer and assumption what (ph)–


GUTFELD: Area did you acquisition this (ph)?


WEMPLE: –the columnist of this adventure is a caterer.

We check. They accord out (ph) blessed hours specials as Fuego (ph).



CARLSON: Now, if you can’t get abundant of that, we got added on our Facebook page. I acerb acclaim it. In the meantime–

GUTFELD: Area did you acquisition that?

CARLSON: –all appropriate (ph), you know, we accept a able (ph) analysis time. He’s activity to be on your coffee mug from hereon now (ph) there he is. Eric Wemple from the Washington Post-affiliated website.

GUTFELD: Every morning I’m activity to deathwatch up to him.

CARLSON: There you go. And Adjudicator Jeanine–

GUTFELD: You’re so anxious (ph).

CARLSON: –one for you is on the way.

PIRRO: I don’t appetite it.

CARLSON: Yes, but you–

PIRRO: I don’t appetite it.

GUTFELD: So jealous.

CARLSON: –you’re activity to appetite it aback you get it.

PIRRO: No, you larboard (ph) every question. Bethink you said that you accept the A, B, C.

CARLSON: This is un — this is — this is the best astonishing (ph)–

GUTFELD: I accept won again. Wants the aboriginal sum (ph)–

CARLSON: We will be appropriate back.

PIRRO: Congratulations Greg.

CARLSON: Accede you.


CARLSON: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez attractive like she adeptness be the face of the 2018 election. She’s absent that cachet to Brett Kavanaugh temporarily, but she’s still accepting a appealing acceptable week.

President Obama aloof accustomed her, which is affectionate of amazing. Admiral Obama is acknowledging somebody who angle his admiral as a disappointment, an embarrassment, article that needs to be replaced by article far added extreme.

Ocasio-Cortez wants Obamacare replaced by Universal Healthcare, Medicare- for-all. She wants to abate ICE rather than aloof adhere it as Obama did. Obama sucked up adamantine to Wall Street and they repaid him with lots of cash.

Ocasio-Cortez wants absolute socialism. Obama’s endorsement shows aloof how abundant the affair has afflicted aback he larboard office. Ocasio-Cortez didn’t abeyance to flavor the irony though. She said in a contempo speech, she looks advanced to actuality inaugurated in 2018.

Members of Congress, of course, are not inaugurated. They’re affidavit in but she may accept her eyes on article bigger. We’ll see.

So we did a articulation tonight on the ACLU and batten with their political director. I’m ashamed to say I absent my atmosphere in the average of it. Why did I do that? Because I spent a year cerebration about the ACLU and their role in arresting chargeless speech, a advanced alignment that dedicated the atomic accepted associates of our association for about a 100 years.

They no best do. They’re allotment of the mob aggravating to booty your chargeless accent away. You’re now the best abhorred articulation of our society, and the ACLU thinks you should shut up. That’s a huge change. And it’s a allegory for how the Larboard has afflicted and now represents the things it already hated.

I’ve explained it in abundant greater detail in the book and you can apprehend it.

By the way, you may accept noticed, we unearthed some videos as a — of a man who aforementioned — claims to be a Washington Post reporter. He absolutely works at a website array of endemic by the Post.

Erik Wemple or Wemple (ph) — there’s some agitation over his name — if you’re absorbed in seeing more, they’re on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Facebook page. We’ll achievement you’ll analysis them out. See you tomorrow. Sean Hannity, next.

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