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Hour 1  Mueller Report Drops a Massive Victory for President Trump. "No, Collusion, No Cooperation, Stop it Right Now!"? Russian efforts designed to sew social discord, did succeed? A old problem that corrected itself? Is a Michael Flynn Pardon Next? All of a sudden Mueller is the not the bad guy?  Hour 2 The Mueller Report, The Winners and the Losers? "What a waste of time" Traumatic Trump trauma from the media will continue? Two years later and it means nothing? Eric Bolling from BlazeTV chimes in on the Mueller Report?  Hour 3  "We Must Once Again Stand with God as a Nation"? 'Unplanned' with Abby Johnson. 'Unplanned' a film on abortion is a story of "hope, forgiveness and love"? Planned Parenthood trains women to disconnect from their baby? 

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Page letter from the attorney general. We have that will explain it and will show you the path to a massive victory for President trump all this hour and we begin in one minute. This is the Glen Buck Programme. Let me take respond to this half hour. It's twenty three in me, your genes say a lot about your health. We too three in me: you can access personalized insights based on your dna with more than a hundred and twenty five genetic reports on health traits and so much more. I've just got in this. For my family- and it was an eye opening experience and really really cool twenty three in me will not only tell you all about your ancestors and and if you want to connect you with people that you are related to, so you can really a charge your family tree, I mean it's. It's remark,
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was filed by Miller on Friday, and I immediately thought, of course, it's good for Trump, because it is not good for Trump. It would come out on a Monday, but it's good tromp. So it's coming out on a Friday. Now you can that one way or another- or it was just time to release the report now the attorney general. Yesterday He issued a report on the report, so weird we're going to see the report and that's by law you it is under a like a grand jury kind of rule. It is oh of raw information, and you don't just really Is this a by law, so nobody can really release, they can release parts of it, but you can't release and dump the whole thing and that's a good thing. Otherwise, you end up with what we had started all of this that stupid Russia Gate story with the
what was his name from Emma five that that released all of this information? You know that he was peeing on people and everything everything else you don't want the right. Formation. So here is the attorney general's letter that came out yesterday. On Friday, the special council submitted to me a confidential report explaining the prosecution or declarations decadent declination decisions that he has reached, as required by blah blah blah This report is entitled report on the investigation into russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election, although A review is ongoing. I believe that it is in the public interest to describe the report and to summarize the principal conclusions reached by the special council and the results of his investigation. The report exe ain't that the special council and his staff, fully investigated allegations that members of the president's campaign of Donald J Trump and
others associated with it, conspire with the russian government in its efforts to enter fear in the twenty. Sixteen? U S, presidential election or sought to obstruct the related federal investigations in the report Special council noted that in completing his investigation, now listen to this, he employed nineteen lawyers who were assisted by a team of approximately forty FBI agents, intelligence, analysed forensic accountant, and other professional staff. The special care, so issued more than twenty eight hundred subpoenas executed. There the five hundred search warrant obtained More than two hundred and thirty orders for communication records issued fit the orders authorizing the use of pen registers. By now that is which it made. Thirteen request for foreign governments for evidence and interviewed approximately five hundred witnesses, would you say,
its thorough, sounds like it this way council obtained a number of indictments and convictions of individuals and entities in connection with his investigation, all of which have been publicly disclosed during the course of his investigation. The spot, The council also referred several matters to other offices for further action. The report does not recommend any further indictments. Nor did the spell council obtain any sealed indictments that have yet to be made public below Why summarised the principal conclusions set out in the special council's report? The first thing he saying is pretty thorough. Leader and thorough. We talked to a lot of people, spend a lot of money and almost two years of everybody's life here what we found out for first, russian interference in the twenty. Sixteen? U S, presidential election, these
Sure Council's report is divided into two parts. The first describes the results of the special councils investigation into Russia, interference in the twenty. Sixteen you us presidential election. The report outlines the russian effort to influence the election Documents crimes committed by persons associated with the russian government in connect. With those efforts. The report first explains that a primary concern consideration the special councils investigation was whether any Americans, including individuals associated with the Trump campaign joy, the russian conspiracies to influence the election, which would be a federal crime. The special Council's investigation did not find that the from campaign or any one associated with it, conspired or coordinated with Russia. In its efforts to influence the twenty. Sixteen? U S! Presidential election, as the
port states, the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the russian government in its election interference. Activities is clear on that the Russians, were influencing our election, something we oh? You would happen in twenty fourteen. Something we warned the government, we we told everybody that would listen to Us- this is, Their planning on doing the truck administration had nothing to do with it. The campaign nor anyone involved with the campaign, the special investigation determine that there or two main russian efforts to influence the twenty sixteen election. The first involved attempts by russian Organization the inner at research agency. I are a to contact this information and social media operations in the United States,
design to so social discord. Let me say that again designed to so social discord in this? this by commentary, this, the Russians succeeded beyond their wild. Dreams. Look at what they ve done. I would be interested to see if there was any russian effort after two also accuse Trump. And to defend Trump, because That's exactly what they were doing during the campaign taking both sides, stirring, em, up any more of this over this stupid thing on the election, any more of this in opinion is only hell being the Russians.
We all know now there. It's no collusion. There was no cooperation there wasn't any of that. So anyone who is now bringing this up is only doing the work of the Russians. Stop it right now. The space the council did not find that end. U S, person or Trump campaign official or associate conspire or knowingly coordinated with the IRA in its efforts, although The special council brought criminal charges against a number of russian nationals and entities in connection with these activities: good the second element involved in the russian government's effort to conduct computer hacking operations designed to gather and disseminate information to influence the election, the special care,
so found the russian government actors successfully hacked into computers and obtain the emails from persons affiliated with the Clinton campaign and party organisations. This public fully disseminated, hang on just second. They also publicly disseminated those materials through various intermediaries, such Wiki leagues based these activities, the special council, has wrought criminal charges against a number of russian military officers for conspire, to hack into computers in the United States for purposes of in law influencing an election but as noted above the smell The council did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspire or coordinated with the russian government in these efforts. Despite
multiple offers from russian affiliated individuals to assist the Trump campaign. This really critical, because this goes to why they had they did not pursue conspiracy or I'm sorry, a a warrant or an in depth. Meant of obstruction of justice they're saying that they made several attempts, and were turned down by the Trump campaign every time. Every time they would make the attempt loads. Campaign may take that meeting, but it was exactly as Trump said, who wouldn't take that meeting we never did anything on it. As everybody clear on this by the way, I'm reading this whole thing, because we just spent two years of our life two years. Our countries precious time arguing about this
How many millions of dollars have we spent how much We have done. Had we not wasted all of this time, I think that it is fine to have done. This think we needed to do this? It's important to know, however, the back Fourth, all the way we ve been saying wait until the report is out wait until the report is out now The report is out Has anybody really read it? We ve taken two years. Let's take a moment and just look at the facts before we start arguing even more and lets maybe perhaps outline direction on where we can he'll look. Tree. I think the president has an enormous opportunity in front of him. He has. The Cavanaugh moment any
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What's in the report again they're not going to release the report, they shouldn't release the report, its full of all kinds of raw data. The report. Also is it's against the law to release his report because its under grand jury kind of rules- you don't on it released. However, it's gonna leave anybody who leaks it is breaking. Federal law parts of it are really to release. They should not go into probably release more of it than we have so far, and we knew you probably get it. You're not gonna get the whole than these kids aid can be released, or I thing and that's what that's what you're gonna hear from the Democrats released the whole thing. He can't. Ok, he can't it's against the law. You know that because you guys wrote the rules, but anyway, so here comes a second part of what was released yesterday from the attorney general describing the report obstruction of justice, This is really important.
Because this is the this is the opening for the Democrats, the report's second pillar, addresses a number of actions by the President MA, still, which have been subject to public reporting that the special council investigated, as potentially raising obstruction of justice concerns after making a thorough, factual investigation into these matters? The special care so considered, whether to evaluate the conduct under department standards governing prosecution, and explanation, decisions, but ultimately deter and not to make a traditional prosecuted prosecutor oral judgment, the special Council therefore did not draw a conclusion one way or another as to. Why there. The examined contact, conduct constituted obstruction, so, in other words, mauler, remember, brass,
You told us for two years how this guy is the paragon of virtue. He is the Arctic. Pull investigator, he has nothing that you could ever possibly question, because he was brave and he would tell the truth So what did he do? He told the truth I dont know: There is some things over here that look like. Maybe it could be obstruction, but there was no crime, so why would he try to obstruct justice? What how is that possible and more Certainly he didn't do it spare rhetorical way he came out and sat on firing that guy. So it wasn't an effort to observe product in the traditional way. If it was obstruction of justice, he had the right to do the things that he did. You can look at it and say it's obstruction,
and if we would have found a crime, maybe I would have gone for that. But we didn't find any crime. Any other to do all those things. So I guess we're not gonna call it obstruction of justice. That's. Why Miller is saying that is entirely reasonable and fair, but not for the Democrats. The special council therefore did not draw a conclusion. Instead, for each of the relevant actions investigated. The report sets out evidence on both sides of the question and leaves unresolved that the special council views as a difficult issue of law and fair concerning whether president's actions and intent could be. Who'd as obstruction. This The council states that, while the report does not conclude the president committed a crime, it all but does not exonerate him now. This is the obstruction part that it does exonerate with collusion. So when the president says
There was no conclusion, a one hundred percent exoneration if Look at just the first part collusion, which he was talking about when he said that he is accurate. For him to say the report has come out and its one percent exaggerate exoneration. He is now. Telling the truth. And that is the way the Democrats want you to look at that, but he specifically in his statement, said no collusion, one huh percent exoneration and he is accurate undercurrent. Under collusion, but now ought obstruction, it was left an open question these. Actual council's decision to describe the facts of his obstruction investigation without reaching any legal conclusion, leaves it to the attorney general to determine whether the conduct described in the report constitutes a crime.
The course of the investigation. The special councils office engaged in discussions with certain department officials regarding many of the legal and factual matters at issue in the special councils obstruction investigation. After reviewing the special council's final report on those issues, consulting with the when officials, including the Office of legal counsel and apply. The principles of federal prosecution that guide our charging decisions, the detective but he attorney General ROD, Rosen Stein and I have concluded that the evidence develop during the special councils investigation, is not sufficient to establish the president committed an obstruction Justice offence, our determination was made without regard to and is not based on the constitutional considerations that surround the indictment and criminal prosecution of a sitting. President, so they're saying look if was a crime and we fell,
that it rose to the level that we could prosecute. We would do it didn't even take into consideration whether or not you know he's the president. Can we do. We just looked at the bar that we set for everybody, making this determination, we noted the special council recognised that the evidence does not establish the president was involved in an underlying crime related to the russian election interference. And, while not determinative the absence of such evidence, bears upon the president's intent with respect to obstruction general. Speaking Jane and sustain and obstruction conviction. The government We need to prove beyond reasonable doubt that a person acting with corrupt intent engaged insert in obstructive conduct with sufficient nexus to appendix or contemplated proceeding,
in cataloguing the president's actions, many of which took place in public view. The report identifies no actions that in our job, when constitute obstructive conduct a little more will go into that when we come back here. Listening TAT, Glenn Bank I have some some excel things to share with you at the same time, some warnings that come with the exciting things things are going to get worse before they get better and you're going to need to protect yourself, and I want to talk to you about simply safe. Simply safe is a new kind of security company with a new system. It is completely wireless it. Nobody can but your phone lines there very, very small. Nobody even sees them. You have a hard time, even seeing them in your house. Eighty eight
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This one of those days you want to have access to blaze, tv running at get all the different perspectives on what happened. With the Mulder report. Blaze, tv, dot, com use, the promo code, Glenn this is the most important part of the the me. Generals letter on the obstruction of justice and on the interference, russian interference. It's the last full of paragraphs and the reason I say it's. The most important is because this is what applies to us beginning today, because you already have the Democrats coming out in saying you got a release. The whole thing have you even read have even read the letter from the attorney general. He says
as I have previously stated. I am mindful of the public interest in this matter and for that reason, my goal and intent. Stu release as much of the special council report as He can consistent with at applicable law regulations and departmental policies based. My discussions with the special council and my initial review. It is apparent that the real, report contains material that is or would be subject to federal rule of criminal procedure which, Imposes restrictions on the use and disclosure of information relating to quote matters occurring before a grand jury. End quote: rule Six e generally limits disclosure of certain grand jury, information in a criminal investigation and prosecution discussed
sure of six immaterial beyond the strict limits set forth in the rule is a crime. In certain circumstances, this research, shouldn't protects the integrity of a grand jury, proceeding and ensures that the unique and invaluable investigative powers of a grand jury are used. Strict Lee for their intended criminal justice function. So what are they sing? the grand jury is not a trial. The grand jury is when somebody just a prosecutor stands up and says, look This is all the evidence that I found so far and I, think we have something here. The grand jury, sits and listens to that. There is no I can forth so its raw information, so it is critical You want to be able to have investigations going forward that you do release all of the stuff that was discussed in a grand jury because he was raw.
Giving these restrictions the schedule for processing the report depends, in part on how quickly the department can identify the six material that by law cannot be made public as that requested. The assistance of the special council initiative in identifying all six key information contained in the report as quickly as possible. So firstly, I must also identify any information that could impact other ongoing matters, including those at this the council has referred to other offices as soon is that process is complete. I will be in a position to move forward in determining what can be released in light of applicable law regulations and depart mental policies. This is totally reasonable response and what you would expect act from the federal government and the response.
From the Democrats so far today has been ok. Yeah he's not guilty on that, but he's guilty of something show us show us show a show. Us no excuse me that's not the way our system works period. Let's go to pat gray Stew said today is the day you wanna join the blaze, because you're gonna get all of the biggest voices in conservative media. Talking This we have access to every body Eric pulling my eleven and I don't know a hundred others. Stephen prouder, you wanna, hear what they I have to say, is subscribed to day The blaze go to bed is tv dot com, Slash, Glenn, use a promo code, get Glenn and you're gonna save ten bucks, just try it out for a month. You are not going to cancel. I promise you cause it's a great service. Now it's blue. His tv dot com, promo code, Glenn, Pat your take A little disappointed that you know yours the way you are really be a little disappointed. Ok, I thought better
really answer to hand, obviously are ignoring the bully and evidence of the president in his russian collusion. What I would have allowed the blatant, never we we played it on my show, because I'm a truth, teller, I don't know about you all right. Here's the blatant evidence right, the President coming how Russia ok right here. I left my much weight sets. That's the last president. Oh yes, but it is a president colluding with Russia at I'd really kind of like to know why nobody cared about that. As he concluded on camera with Russia, but this
This is amazing, so I I have to tell you I am. I really thought that there was going to be something really did because of trumps reaction to it. He was so negative but the Mulder investigation he almost to the boy were people thought he was going to fight. Fortunately, didn't fire Mahler Wooden that a disaster, yachting fired, Mahler, Vienne, and then, who knows who would have taken over what would have happened with that? And it would look really bad behaviour. As it is to have complete exoneration on the collusion thing is amazing. Easing to the point where CNN actually called him exonerated and MSNBC said vindicated. I never thought is your that come out of their miles. Abc news as well will be the same in this. They are all saying is huge when for the present- and you know how that Gauls em all they didn't want to have two, they didn't want to do that and that's that's problem here
Please problem they want rooting for president to actually be a trader. What's his face, Ryan's still actually had a guy on who said, You probably remember this that the president might be a russian agent It might have not colluded with Russia, but he was a manchurian candidate who may have grown up as a russian agent. I mean I can tell you that far with this, I have to tell you what's amazing to me: is they they wouldn't listen. I mean the end of the audio you just played of Obama, saying hey, listen. I had more latitude and new jus transmit that of Lattimer. For me, they weren't interested in even talking about it and let alone not investigate where they weren't even interested in talking about it. Had this come and Molly had found evidence of collusion. I would seriously looked at it
wanted to know the facts would have taken it from the media want to know the facts, and I would have supported that. Assuming that it was real information right, you know domain if the rule of law was followed and they found him guilty. I would I ve gone and said we got it come on guys week. We have to stand against. This they. They, the Democrats are not willing to do that. Will we ought at all that It all mean the Democrats in the middle of the country. I mean the ones in Washington they're, not the they are operating on the. If he's, not guilty of this. We know he's guilty of something. That's a witch hunt. Is the definition of a witch hunt the one thing that gets left out of this little. But is the witch hunt exist it from the media? It existed from the Democrats, but there's no evidence that it did. It existed from mother no and any new witch hunts. Typically FF and witches
which was there like? I did I couldn't find a witch This is one where there was a witch hunt. You dont higher Bob Mahler fewer two maids something happened, you come out and you get somebody who's going to find something on him and in what happened years I didn't find anything. I think that speaks the idea that Mahler actually took the title of report seriously. The title of the report is report on investigation into russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Not how do we get Donald Trump, which put them was looking rightly, he will actually looked at what the Russians did. And got incredibly valuable information about their game play. When the players involved, how they did these things this they actually did things. You did things it try to influence. The alone here say did just not in conjunction with Donald Trump rang his campaign or any other thing. Nobody in the campaign was implicated in this. That's pretty amazing. Now they did come out with some other things, but they were not. All.
People who have been arrested had nothing to do with this. It has everything to do with things they were doing. Also on the side which we told you bout during the election, that was one of our biggest problems would Donald Trump a. I believe that he was going to do the things that he was going to do that he said he was gonna. Do he had done most of those I stand corrected b. He surrounded himself with those worst people imaginable, and I said You're gonna have massive investigations because these guys are dirty. And I remember saying at the same time, and yet He's raise these great kids. I dont understand it pay his kid I was worried about Ivanka, who has turned out to be good. I was worried about her with a green thing and her inner in it. You know her relationship with her dad. Would he cave he didn't. I was wrong on that.
We were right on the people who he surrounded himself with those. Are the people that they found were doing other and Roger stone right, not necessarily related to this Morocco and writing all those be all of those people. So this is. An old problem now that his corrected itself, because he fired most of those people in all the people that we warned about. He is now distance themselves from the only one is kind of an exception to this is Michael Flynn, who I wouldn't surprise at all. If he gets pardoned out of this big. Discipline lied during investigation. I never got the sense Trump actually wanted to fire him at time. You know he went on. He went along with it because it now he had lied to pay supposedly in, and that was not a huge problem you get. It have some standards in her White House, but
I will. I have always felt that he thought Flint gonna get a rocky on he's. The least of the worries at of that group, I wouldn't be surprised off. Wonders gets a pardon from the president on this, but in others the other but let us be like Manifold who are doing things years and years and years ago, that God minnow caught for sort of stuff bananas are really drug was wrong on my men afford he came out and said metaphor got a bad a raw deal. No, I didn't know didn't hazily serving, I think, seven years, He should be in jail for the rest of his life. That guy was a bad guy long before he met Donald Trump. He was doing without crane unrelated to drop complete, completely unrelated right completely unrelated here that guy was a criminal long before he met Donald Trump. Definitely mean look they they did. Nothing was at a half dozen trump associates got indicted. All of them, though, for either things completely unrelated or lying two investigators. Good luck,
certain to not lie to investigators here in the middle of this should learn that with the clear investigative yes doesn't tunnel during the anybody, we'd downfall, that one. So so, let's lead by example, and I didn't I don't recall- saying this, but just in case I ever did If I ever said that well Miller was a hack. I dont remember I any of her saying this anything like this, but let's just lead by example. Miller is not The guy there, the right has made him into heat. Linda Crash were right to Social Miller, he and many Republicans, especially at the beginning. Yes right, like people came out city, I mother's a great pick for this and over Time We know that every leanings idea I will look. It does seem that that was the case at all right. So
we were wrong about Miller. Anybody who said that on our side was wrong about more Esparza arena as far as we know, but It seems as though he was very thorough, The attorney general said he was given everything that he asked, for there was nothing that they turned him down that he wanted to do. He was, Ray thorough and he came out with a very thorough report and when it was in question he said it's in question. I dont want to make this decision it's in question. I dont know that took great balls. Not fall on one side or the other that took great balls. People going to say all ages whipped out. No, he didn't know he didn't We seek to improve it too. He couldn't prove it, and so that is the hardest position I thing to take, especially because Betty has personal feelings one way or another towards the president. Now let's see if the media
those in Congress can say you know what we are wrong, but president, we said, We said that he was lying, that he was colluding, that he was treasonous Pellucidar Maxie waters. That's not how they're gonna have conferred on us as a whole, while we should dismiss any one who can't handle it that way, we should dismiss anybody who is still stirring this up, because what we learn in the first half of this investigation in the report, the came out yesterday was- a wanted to stir up the the Russians want it stir up. Animosity tween the american people. They ve done it. We now know the president was not involved, nor was anybody else. No other American was involved in that, thank God. No other American was involved in that and took that bait, but we, as the american people, have taken the boy We now know what happened. We now know the truth of what they were looking to do. It is up to each
let us now to say I'm not a russian operative. I know they're trying to do, and I hope that I will not stir this up even more So Pat did you. You started the show with the Mulder report stuff that says that we're the progress of the referral analysis right at the beginning, the packets, yes, aren't getting paragraphs anywhere, you find them Pat gray unleashed sponsor this half hour, you ever have the feeling that somebody is watching. You will let you to be paranoia. I mean policy words by now, but now it's not paranoia. They are following you and they are following you absolutely everywhere. Because Silicon Valley is trying to be one hundred per cent. Listen to this one hundred dense certain on what your next move will be, That is, insanity. Stop it stop it right now get it
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car shield dotcom make sure you mentioned a promo code back car shield, dot com. Rachel The Miller report came out on Friday. People are starting to say we ve got to see the whole thing. Well, you can't it's. It's explained in the attorney general's letter. We went over that last hour. Anybody who is calling for that is being disingenuous, or at least hasn't done. There hasn't even read the four page report. We I mean you can say you want it right and you can say you want the maximum amount released. That is legal. Yet right, that's ok. Position is the position that bar took in letter when we want to. Much of this by a public as possible, but some of it- is restricted by law, were Bree in this
she'll council to determine what parts of this can be really send? Will release it as soon as we can and will release what we can totally affair and way of living? Any calls of why won't they release at this point is ridiculous is absolutely ridiculous. Are so let me give you the winners and losers. The loser big loser. Democrats can biggest loser media. And I only say that the damage That's are the biggest loser, because the Democrats are not going to learn from this. They are not going to turn and that they're going to double down and it's gonna make them even more extreme. It's gonna make them look absolutely ridiculous. Nobody wants to hear this any more. Nobody wants to hear it now and then you can understand their motivation. If they can get fifty thousand pages they serve,
it will be able to mine out a couple of things that are at least politically embarrassing to the president in some way, for voters are gonna, be something in there that they can use their advantage, which is why they want to see the whole thing. So I went on the year when I was at Fox. I went on the air and I said President Obama is: a liar. You remember, bring the the state of the union. Where he was saying you know, you're, not you're. The cost of your health care is gonna, go down and we're not gonna use this for any illegals, and Somebody shouted liar Joe Wilson, you lie, yeah you lie, and I went on the year and said means right: he is lying, he is lying when I was called into Roger Rails office, who everybody thinks is evil Republican who just would do it he could do destroy Barack Obama and he said do not say that again- and I said
What are you talking about? he may miss speak. He may have a different point of view, but No American, I don't care, what site IRAN wants to hear that their president is a liar. Now I, happened to disagree with that. I think people want to know the truth, and people are tired of hearing. I miss spoke when the evidence points to They know we have the evidence that he knew this. Would work, it was Odin horse to bring us to see. We will pay or healthcare, which is where, where what their arguing about now we knew that because we had audiotape of him saying, and so I continue to say he was a liar now did that my case at all I don't think so. In the long run, I think I think Roger was right in the long run that people don't want to hear that and if we're on the other side, you
certainly are. Are affected by that, and it pushes you away and makes you say you know what can't even listen to you can't even listen to you, and though, we draw sides there so compelling case, not call the president a liar, however, that doesn't reach to this level. African people do not want to hear that their president was colluding with a foreign government that makes him a foreign agent and an enemy of the american people know wanted to hear that, but that's what the press and the demo I have been saying now for two years. Two years now Evidence shows that's not true. You can say whatever you want about the president. You can say, He exaggerates he does lie on this or that he does this or, I think he's the control on his tweet or whatever you can say all of that. But this
particular charge. He's been exonerated. He had nothing to do with russian the Russians trying to get information and to hack into our election, he had nothing to do with it. It's now been proven by the special council. Every single person on the left loved said was the art, Paypal guy but per guide, I have well he's just ruled now: free to continue down this road, which the Democrats are they bleeding on the table and they will drain themselves of all the blood and, quite honestly, I'm kind of thrilled about it, I'm thrilled, but the men Can people and good Democrats will not want to hear any more about him colluding because it I've been proven,
you're just going to continue to do this. It's best Justa wrap it up and they go find something else, if that's what you want to do- and you realize the the moment- The heat of the moment allow such odd decisions to be made, for example, build? The left has said this entire time, assuming that Trump had done something illegal and something horrible they went the entire time building up the credibility of Bob Mahler now alternatively, I think, on the other side of this, you know, Tromp ended and on the people on the right spent the entire time degrading the credibility of Bob Mahler. So it's like, but neither of those was a good decision right. I think it from from the Democrats position now they have to complete legal on themselves and say well. What we meant to say was he'd totally did not now, because their first answer is just well we're sure, there's something in there that he found but green, and it's not in the summary. So you do after bar first, but if they get a lot more
Israel from Mahler, and they don't get the crimes that they want. They're going to look Riddick, it was scarcely gonna have to start turning on Mahler and I think the same thing can be said about the right. I mean yes, there's no reason there is no reason, especially when obviously, Donald Trump had exclusive information in this right. He had information that no one else had, which is he didn't actually do it right. Look. He knew the whole time, but he didn't do it so he knew the whole time that there is the good chance there in a fine, nothing was going on. So what I he was protecting. I think himself. What I think people around him were protecting them. In case something came out that they thought was wrong, that they were able to say well, this guy's a hack. We don't listen to him, but that you know like it. Why not that was ever true and now that he's come out and exotic, the president completely when it comes to collusion. You know that Publicans are all over the place on record. Saying. Mother was due in the middle of a witch hunt which is just you know. I don't think that's a fair analysis of what he was doing and again like it back to Salem. They were
like we can. Finally, which is today they they always found, which is what a witch hunt indicates that you're finding people that are guilty of nothing's. You don't need to create things so. The whole thing, though stew, is both sides were wrong for saying that it was a witch hunt, because had to know what Miller was doing and Mahler was his various Xilai. It was a witch hunt on the media side, be, I think, that's totally try. It was absolutely a witch hunt, they would have taken absolutely anything and they ve got nothing yet and it wouldn't it mattered. What they got they would have taken. Anything and that's why they are in a credible loser on this. Instead of waiting for the facts. They wanted it to be true, so badly that they put people like on Brennan on former CIA you want to talk about? Somebody has no credibility. He was on the air saying this. Guy is a trader that the president is true is committed treason against the United States
the media went with it. The media should be asking today, John Brennan, Where are you hear what What what happened here? they hyped and looked at every one who could possibly say something bad about the president. And they ridiculed anybody who said anything good now, let me ask you, I hope you can answer this easily. We are on the air today saying the president. Was cleared now? is still open on the interpretation and I think it's a valley. Will exercise, but I happen to agree with the attorney general on this that he was in there. He did not engage in obstruction of justice, he's just a horse in a hospital, that's what he his he's a horse in a hospital? No one knows what the horse is going to do. This is
what's his name, the comedian did this whole thing on a horse in a hospital and is so true. We don't. What the horse is going to do because there's never been a horse in a hospital so that a to me, that is a good enough explanation on why he was firing, people etc, etc, and there was no crime. So what would he be covering up. If they would have found that he was involved with the Russians. Do you believe we beyond the year today say, Oh, that's not true. Bob Mahler is wrong and we ve got to stop these people or do you think we would be on the air saying? Ok, that's an indictment, now. It has to be proven in front of a court of law that are banned, thing for the president, but we do no until we see all of the facts we can run it through, but this will probably mean impeachment. Do you think Who would be saying that today or
I think we would just be toeing the line to support the president blindly, Norquist here. I hope you would say that we would be saying, looks like it's gonna be impeachment and let's wait for all of the facts to come out, but this doesn't look good, did do You have that from your media source today asking self about every media source left and right They behaving consistently Would they be saying the same thing if it turned out the other way. And what are they saying today asked that up? your candidates, I'm gonna, take it break up for one minute, and I want to come back, and I want to tell you exactly what the president should do. He really only has like a two day window, but I'll tell you how he should handle it, and I think it would win big
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but you shouldn't you, be happy even like dont, like Donald Trump. The idea that the present United States is not colluding with Russia should be good. Welcome news to every American unless you think that the whole system was corrupt, but you believe in Bob Mahler If you believe in him, you should be happy saying: ok, good, I don't like the president, but at least He's not a trader that should be good. We see this item of global warming stuff, but the area that they'll be reporting on the hey. It's not as it cataclysmic as we thought. Not people who were, who tell you all the time to worry about global warming, get disappointed and angry about it. So, aren't you happy? You just said the world was ending and now it's not ending is badly right. So as the happiness. Here's the lip, the president's attack so far or approach has been to attack and to attack the press and and everyone else. And I know that's his instinct and his instincts have taken him. You know very far, so you take it I have to say with a grain of salt, however,
I do believe I know what the american people want to hear. And that is enough enough. Now you can get yours surrogates. You. You know Sean Hannity will be on tonight and he should be taking. You know the press on. That's that's great, for him to do and for other people to do take the press on hold them accountable, but the president should not. The president has a Cavanaugh moment right now. Member that more we're? Cavanaugh said I am not guilty of these things and law Z. Graham said, this is an outrage it's happening and he connected with this I gazed of the moment. And here's this I geiss of the moment how much money, how time how much air time look
you want to find out if the president is colluding with a foreign nation. That's import to look at, I told you the beginning. It was not me. I was I felt under attack. I felt people were trying to question my legitimacy as a as a president and the press, they had a field day for two years telling you, but I had trust in the system. I didn't like the people who are doing it, but trust in the system and we learn it play out at no time did we involve ourselves in this and everything that Bob Mahler Ass, for he got don't ask me. Ass, the attorney general. Oh he's cleared me of this and what report showed was that Russia was looking to divide us. Press Democrats Republicans stop it.
The truth will stand for itself, Do you realize how much money this is cost us Do you realize how much time this has cost us Do you realize that every time we argue about this especially going forward now, the Russians are the winners we are the losers. I've got worse, to do. I've got an economy to run I got, it sure her that We are doing everything possible to make sure our trade practices and end jobs can happen here in the more factories. Don't clothes, let's just wonder If we weren't arguing about this, and we would have been focused on making our economy and our country great, would the g plant in Ohio, have closed don't know, but
I'm tired of wasting time, I'm tired of watching the news and hear them talk about stuff. That does matter Specially now. I think he has the opportunity today to make case. Joy just like Bill Clinton did except bill. Clinton was lying. I did not have sex with that woman miss Lewinsky and I've to get back to the work of the american people he needs it's that line except this time online, Clinton the acts are out. Miss Clinton obstructing justice when he did that. Sure seems like it, because he was trying to cover up a crime now was a crime of passion,
the crime with his wife, but he was lying about it. This president was not lying about Russia. I didn't do it been one hundred percent vindicated and cleared of the charge of any kind of collusion with Russia. Stop it right now, because we ve got massive problems and the media may not have noticed it because they ve been looking at Bob Mahler for the last two years. It's time to could the american people and its time to do their work and their agenda and it's not this and then walk away that would be the most effective thing he could do and that would excite v the Reagan, Democrats, the people who voted for him that have not voted for a Republican in a very long time they are hurting
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I wanna go through some of the audio clips just from the weekend. First, let's, let's start with the Democrats in what they said about Donald Trump, here. They are talking about Trump in handcuffs. Do we have it? Sarah ok sought damn in handcuffs. Then we were then I want to go to a natural or on investigations and shift from the full release, because there is a lot that has been said that needs to be corrected by those people. Do we have it? Yet? Let me having some technical difficulties. Yes, certainly know. What's stand by don't know, what's happening in the control room, I take away, as is a very real prospect that
and he may be the first present quite some time to face the real prospect of jail time. Do you agree with congressmen? Adam ship was gonna, be the chairman of the US intelligence, give any that President Trop could be indicted, possibly face jail time he lives off. Yes, we do the investigations. The information is there with then why Rome is burning. This president needs Be impedes, I wouldn't be those eyes all of this is said and done that some people end up in jail. You now their shocked that the nuisance tightening billion that people might go to jail neurons? we re the rest of their lives. I think we're all going to jail Sean Energy is obsessed with me and I wrote to him. I said I don't know if you're gonna do very well in jail, would you think so people are going to wind up the jail, not just one individual, but people floral. Is that what you're saying that's my oppression? Yes, I thought
question that ACE Senate could convict on impeachment charge. He has no idea that right he's gone down. It certainly looks like they are the kind of offences that would call for impeachment hearings. Absolutely. I think he can be looked at and perhaps even charge with abstraction of justice, but at this point confident that at least some Trop associates. Well, why the jail. If I was betting, I would Yes, end of the day, tromp chooses the country over his own families at a good. They would you, rather than vice versa. Well, I think there You can end up together in prison and maybe that's an o. My son, Oh you know. If you want to be generous you can say that some people did end up in jail, but not for what they were looking for four, the things that had nothing to do with Donald Trump, and that is
the thing these were, all the people that we warned about that were surrounding him during the election and we said he surrounded himself with the worst people. This is going to that's going to end in impeachment or at least trial. So you know in this in the house or the Senate is, is not be good. It's gonna be investigation after investigation and that's exactly what happened. All of those things had nothing to do with this investigation or the administration or really even Donald Trump. So there is not. There is no collusion whatsoever with Donald Trump none or any one else now they going to apologize, of course, not they're, gonna, double down they want to impeach him. Now here is nobbler on the investigations.
I don't know if it's good, politically or not- and I know innovative- take the next two years. But what I do know is that the job of Congress is much broader than the job of the special council. Special council was looking and can only look for crimes we protect the rule of law. We have to look for abuses of power. We have to look for obstructions of joy. We have to look for corruption, in the exercise of power which may ip crimes they may be but they may not be crimes and we have a much broader mandate and we have to exercise that mandate check the integrity of government and to protect the integrity of liberty and the country so, Let me see if I have this right, so the president can be impeach for high crimes or misdemeanours, but they have to look for them, things that may not be crimes no excuses were he know.
You are looking for crimes, high crimes or misdemeanours and misdemeanours did not mean back then what it means. Now. That's a- The crime of real substance, they are not going to let this go. Here's Schiff on the full relief go, I've great comfort and symbolic judgment as to who should be prosecuted or who should not work enough, wait to see the report in that report needs to be made public asap we can evaluate the body of evidence on the issue of conspiracy and look at why but more decided not to right now, visa be the president, but Mother Canton Data then, so the fact that no future and It must either on conspiracy or obstruction of justice. Doesn't tell us about I want him of evidence, we need to wait to see the report, but I also think the aging needs to make that report a publicly available. She had terrible,
his awful now this is this is ahead of the Intel Committee so. He overseas everything intelligence, related. He knows that if he doesn't he me impeached for being a moron, he knows it. Lee the attorney general told him yesterday, based my discussions with special council in my initial review? It is apparent that the report contains material that is or could be subject to federal rule of criminal procedure, six ii, which both these restrictions on the use and disclosure of information relating to the matters occurring before a grand jury rules. Generally limits disclosure to certain grand jury information increase. Investigation and prosecution. Disclosure. Sixty material beyond the strict limits set forth in the rule is a crime. The restriction per
Tax, the integrity of the grand jury proceedings and ensures that the unique and invaluable investigative powers of a grand jury are used. De for their intended criminal justice function. So you are not allowed to take things from the grand jury that was Specifically meant for this particular criminal investigation, and go farm at out to everybody they can pursue their own thing. That's not What a grand jury does, and if you violate that you can never get people to talk in a grand jury. You'll, never get. You will not have justice because just get him into a grand jury, they'll talk and will find something in there, we'll just use it. If we don't get him on that will get em on something else. This is Schiff, saying The president is guilty, maybe not a this buddies guilty as something, and we all know it is this again
argument to- and we do, I think we did this, and I think this audience did this, but to focus on things that are actually important when we Over and over and over again, there's no need to follow every twist and turn of reporting on the story. It's all going to come out and you gonna be able to look at it and judge for yourself There's no reason to get all fire about it on a daily basis. All this woman, really bad for the present. This will naturally good for the president for the people, who did That is wasn't a waste of time now that just come out and you seen the results and there was no collusion. If you are the people out there who are just not getting yourself, worked about this on a daily basis. You win, you win. Congratulations. You ve won the grand prize. You didn't have to suffer for it. I didn't suffer if over the Mulder report, producers know, because I don't care about the each little twist and turn I knew it was coming out at the end. Let the guy do is job when he released as it will look at the information and judge it. Instead,
the media, I would say certainly politicians as well, but the media really does about job here, because they meet every little thing. This is the time the noose tightening on the present and blob blob of love, but every single day and to what end it meant nothing there, bunch of empty calories for two years. It meant nothing in the end and if you're one of the people and this is hard to do. I know I have a hard time doing it, sometimes because, when we care about these things so much, but if you're able to put them in perspective and care, but things that are actually important and not get lost in this daily back fourth of nonsensical politics and just focus on facts. Your life is a lot better. Your life is better I understand these guys got to go back and forth in they gotta put their position out there in a village, some people, it, and so we were gonna, get praised and and we're all gonna act like the most urgent thing happening every five minutes, but
there's a reason. We still make fun of CNN constantly putting up the breaking news. Banner does any make fun of that anymore. Maybe we should making fun of it again, because there's not breaking important news. Every ten seconds focus on bigger things that are Based on principles, and then you don't have to get sucked into this nonsense and it It's your life better, you don't have to live your life like twitter, twitters, posts to be fun. Little thing you do on the site. You dont have to live your life. That way, and I think to many people do think of. I want you to think of the things that we could have been doing in the last year, or so. The Russia Hacking, China, five g trade war, the breakdown of cities. Seattle is on fire right now on fire nobody's listening habits, socialism, Should we beat actually tongue about mother of Venezuela about the floods, this we can surely been too.
About the floods this weekend, so many people are affected by strong family I will tell you this. We are up against the biggest story of of all time- and that is, infanticide, we do not act on abortion We don't save our country, I'm convinced of it. It is the most important thing we can talk about and solve today this it is our last call, we have no right to exist if we and say no, we shouldn't let babies die after their born. It's crazy focus on what's important let's go to Go to Washington here in just a second
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at the White House I that I think there Let me try and get on the phone and texting in talking to a lot of my friends there, not the president himself. Just about all, as you know, the decision advisers to him and then one item is communications departed. There was the date they really were. Holding back a little bit we'll just watching the events unfold. Land on tv and in the media, and I found it rushed interesting. They didn't jump immediately to spend a couple of days trying to figure out the reaction, maybe they're waiting for four did you bars assessment of what was going on, but you know there was an end died there ready to go in there. Ready did space. We tell the world is to suspend what we ve been changed for the better quality person and violate have indicated they feel good over their very confident they feel very, very good. This is a win for the price,
They went to the administration. This will be the twenty twenty model that day try data they doin. I tweeted morning I treated in it in I beheld off to the weak and also on between this most my first tweets and striding. It was. It was since the New York Times in the Washington Post each Chief appeal, surprise for their reportage on chomping: russian collusion, Now we know that was all fake news. Do I get nominated as a potential Pulitzer Prize winner for taking the other. I did it argued into the black sincerely. I just find it very varied. Say I watch a lotta cable. I did. The brok wish huge in a town like all of a sudden mauler. Who is the best me that, the gate of the world has ever seen is now, while he left the latter holes, he left a lot of up to be left a lot of up to two states to pick up.
Where he left off. So when we see we ve seen. This is that this is really nothing new. Is it Eric? I mean this is what they did with coming term. They said Look at this kid look at this. Kid look what's happening and they when that turned out not to be true, they said well, the those kids reserve guilty of something I mean look these old pictures from twenty years ago that don't have anything to do with these kids. I mean they they'll go and they'll. Give it a day where they say. Ok are well, must be wrong, and then last reason: less reasoned heads will gather around and they'll say nobody's guilty of something else, while Thea, there is no there's no evidence about whatsoever there. Just grasping, despite very I good day after the new report is released at the last. They start shag, I'll boy, people
because war, the war coverage on this thing when meanwhile, the last two years after they had every single hour on MSNBC using DNA, had led with which you, literally almost everything. Over the last two years, all day long each of the networks with something tramping in russian collusion related up there, Well, you know, will they ve train their leave? Train their their audience, you know like Pavlov Dog, they ve, they ve train their audience. You come here and we're gonna feed you this food and now that there is no food left in the ball, they do no. What to feed their audience. Their audiences, this you're out there trying to then they all it's not over, not a chump weird, but it is only at least some of the Butler Washington Post region well said no collusion under I. Finally, there they're gonna to be honest with their readers and say, look at him for a week. We waste our time. I'll. Never forget you bought quickly baby,
I'll be out that they're gonna go ahead in the higher followed come on. I should this gonna be mass waste of time and money, and there we are two years later arrogant thank you so much even find Eric and his show America tonight, the place tv join us now. Blaze, tv dot, com views, the probable go back safe, ten percent right now, you're alive. Stand by first. Let me tell you about a spotlight sponsor. It is real estate agents. I trust dot com. This is a this accompany that was started out of frustration, isn't isn't or better real estate agent. That's what I've got right now, Isn't there somebody who I can trust to sell my house? That's not just giving me lip service, it! Isn't there first gig, you know this,
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Never been more clear. Then it is right now how can be hearing politicians talk about during the life of a child after Airborne and the country doesn't seem to really react like oh, my gosh, those are that's. A killer is beyond me. If we don't stand together and turned back to God and turn for that. One basic principle of life. I think we're toast I think this is our last call. The Good NEWS is. I was watching a film recently. It was screamed in advance for me and I went into it with much trepidation, because I know the person who the stories about- and I thought please don't wreck this story. Please don't. This story was something that's really preaching in and just only Bible people watch please direct this story and they didn't Is called unplanned, it opens this
weekend quickly, I will tell you I am flying out to Utah on my own time to be able to be at the door. Commons at six. Thirty and thanks giving point theatre at seven, forty five, I'm gonna do premier opening screenings of this movie in Utah, is rated are, but it is you'll find out. There's no reason for it to be rated are, except for political reasons, written comments in Thanksgiving Point, that is this Friday, even go to Mega Plex theatres, dot com. I dont think they have them up for sale yet, but I'm I'm told I noon. Pacific they'll be up, but that this Friday. Please come and see this movie and join me. Join me now is the woman who I know who I thought of practice.
Its Abbe Johnson. She is the ceo and founder of, and then there were none and she was the author of unplanned, which is now a movie, the true life story of her life and Ashley Branch, her she is the one who could have ruined this movie and didn't hear welcome. Is she plays Abbe in the movie so thrilled to have both you guys here? First of all, Abbe you're, I think about to change the world. That's kind. I don't know why you know I've people, of said: oh, my gosh will eat. What has this been like him? I don't know it's it's very. I felt very vulnerable to have
this out, you know it's one thing to write your story, it something else to see it see it. Anne and have it visually out there for everybody, twenty five feet tall. Yes, yeah, but it's not one. I tell you all the time I didn't. I didn't sign up to this film so that you know Abby Johnson would be a household names, are really did it so that peace, Who would see that odds redemption and his mercy is something there to be talked about in every home and to make it in a way that it's not cheesy the same fear for sure yeah. When I when I first got the email and I thought doubt who these guys were, and they said you know we and I found out There- are the directors of Gaza not dead. I thought well,
real out exactly what I'm ok. Well, oh you, like my stories not like gods, nodded, the sort of story. I think it's the opposite. I think tat. What what makes this story so powerful is for people who don't know who you are. You had an abortion till he had to abortion You then ran the joint working at a plan- parent but as a volunteer than you, ran the clinic Forepart plan parenthood, you became there plenty of the year nationally and then the wind will get into this little. While then you had something happened to you in the clinic that changed your course forever, so
You are not one to point the finger you're, not what your whole are. The reason why I think you'll changed the world is because you, the movie starts with the people who are hang in all holding the posters up that are you now show in the dead babies in a column, baby killers, you're not going appeal to anybody with that you're just now now and you start with that, and, it shows you pointing that out and the good guys that you're now we can go with they're, saying we're not with them either right. Your whole messages, one of love, the mothers I can't point fingers we in ireland- as I don't we all the time I have had to abortions. I have overseeing over twenty two thousand abortions, I'm not one that can condemn or point the finger at anybody. I mean I've, I've done it but
I I I sometimes wonder you know if, if I had gone in that day that first day that I wind volunteer and those of grass if people were not on the sidewalk, let sitting. Aren't there and- Just people peacefully praying sidewalk- I wonder- for would have come back or not. Think maybe I wouldn't have, because I remember thinking if that's that, Christian Pro Life movement, somebody dress, like the grim reaper yelling the killer, calling the murderer sign that they're gonna go to howl. I don't wanna have anything to do with that, saw, who I am, and so this film now really show willing and it allows you to frame, in your head, that your being compassionate because you know these women are going through Hell and those guys outside Europe,
actually being compassionate by walking them in to plan parenthood less how people, when you're out their screaming at someone or pointing the finger, then you our creating a safe space inside an abortion facility and never want the abortion facility to be seen as a safe haven that those, the people there good take your time live there. Your savior, but when you're out, their acting like maniacs? That's the perception, that's what happens to the one in no no planet anywhere. Would I, as a woman who has had a crisis pregnancy, be like that? the grim reaper suit. He seemed.
Really approachable voice over there and how back I Danny I'm going to Hell Ray. I I want to talk to nickel is kind of high the robes yap, so let me let me let me switch over to actually here for a second, you know her story before you- phone call now. I had no idea you Abbe was why new, when they had offered me the role who she was, but when I had dishes I knew nothing about her. I blew off the audition had this crazy lady on Instagram, sent me a message and tell me that she had heard from God. Thought that I was meant to play their role as I those ladys insane and fascinating ends. I blew off ass, she was really persistent and she kept Macedonians Ain actually are really really think that you are supposed to play this role. Will you please let the producers and described ass night huh and then it just continued on from there I mean every single day there was. I just took is
making this movie, others can be another cheese. Christian movie. I had no idea who it was, and I read it we'll pages in an Abbe, was working plan. Parenthood in the script that I got I thought she was a pistol. I like wow, she's, really fun. I can't I wanna get to know who this lady is and I looked online, and I watched one of her video and I was floored. I know immediately after hearing her testimony, my heart was broken. I had been blinded. And I just remember, crying and tie my husband there. I had to be a power of telling a story the world, then you didn't get the job until the day before the Philby. Now I got a phone call. That said, hey actually the role as yours can you gonna plain and five hours and without hesitation, because I had really committed to praying over it and I was so moved by the story. I said yes, I just
got on the plane had the ground running in Oklahoma. We had four days of production to get ready to fell, and I M arise, escrow. Yes, it S. A script is over a hundred pages and ninety nine percent a movie and ours. Calling Abbe texting Abbe listening to her book on audible reading the scrub learning everything I go about the pro life movement, because I was not involved beforehand. It was enough stop learning effort in full, day and for two days and then continued on from there I mean every single day there was. I just took it by stab seen by scene, and learning as I went and how many days were in production, for thirty two on the call, but you know we don't work on Saturdays and Sundays, remarkable love that
happen. How nervous were you Lieutenant Abbe that somebody is playing you? I can't even imagine what that would be. Like was, I say, more nervous if they didn't have somebody to play me because everybody else had been cast except for me. And I was like Ok, I have important. I am not an Atwater S, John Wayne Movie without John Wayne, like I get step in and play it myself, so we need to find somebody and they had offered the role they talk to two gauss previously about it and here. It is very honest. Directors are very honest with eminent said, you know you may never work in Hollywood. If you take this, if you take this role This could be a career killer for you. They were both young young younger and they
There were just like I'm just not ready to that's, that's fine and you know, but they wanted them to know. I had a time so and then they call air tax me or something, and they said Ok, we we have found. We the girl to play you we're going off the job. Please three praying that she takes it. I've I've been, Frank. Please I'm really praying Otto Hunger Oklahoma, Inter Alia, so anyway yeah I mean it was. It was a loner racking because I didn't know anything about actually and, I knew about a film she had played in, and I was like
I am of the film or her cause she's. I've asked me a really you're really good and was still, and I looked at each other before it started and have the first seen we looked back at each other, like ok, all right, all right I'll, be gay. Here we we're not I'm not holding onto the seat as much as I thought I would. In fact I wasn't holding by with Ten minutes I mean you're really good and I really got city there, I've ground it was not a good Phil monopoly. I
This is a representative of like what this film is now, so you had your and my god. It's not dead, you any positive, positive or covenant ha, I heard, but we did like each other only talks in the mean time, yeah yeah, along immediately and incite. I want I want I torturers like ok, look, I don't think she's gonna cheese it up. I think I think she's gonna do a good job, but Emily this nerve racking, your has I dont want somebody. That's not gonna represent me he and my story. Well, oh yeah! You know ok. So I gotta take a break. We come back to see how you felt as you were, making it and as you were talking to her and then with the final outcome, I would have lost. I would have lost ten pounds of sweat going into the movie theater
continue our conversation them. The movie again is planned and it is really good it in it is so good that they are giving it an hour rating I'll tell you why they're, giving it an hour rating in detail here and in a couple of minutes, but it has nothing to do with the movie. It has everything. To do with the impact of this movie. If you if your rating it on impact, oh yeah, yeah per air for impact. It's going to make a huge ripple. If people see it and that's why I'm going to salt Lake City this weekend, and I urge you where ever you are find a theater and make reservations for it this week and see it. I'm gonna be in Jordan, Commons and then Thanksgiving point on Friday night He's gotta Mega, Plex, theatres, dot, com, I'll, be there. In person encouraging you to see this and see it with Europe? Thirteen fourteen fifteen year old, kids, you're gonna, have talk to him about it, but there's no,
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they tell me about, tell me about experience of actually feel yet and getting into it and and doing it. It was incredible and challenging experience. I've ever had as an actor because telling I'll story. There's a tremendous responsibility to tell it accurately and on sleep and to make sure that she's proud of me- and I I had to make sure that I understood everything that she went through coming from the pro lifestyle: It was easier for me to understand but being able to work on the pro choice, sight of it, a fright and see some things that she saw. An take part of the peer, see room the pieces of children, room and being able to do that scene had a walk out. Several times before, I could get through that seen and I had to call her and say: okay, like how'd it. How did you think of this? How can I get through this
and so I'd like to ask that of Abbe. First of all, everything in the movie is accurate. What was said by the plan parenthood. People I mean anything of importance. They didn't come, take the sign down at the end, but any add wildly locate yes banal, Michael and down might help. My design did programme are so when you're is p, o C. Is that really what it stands for in plan? Parenthood allow Amazon for products of conception, but we said parts of children are pieces of children joke out now. So it shows in the movie that you go in and usually I would imagine that they take people in and they Don't start with the feet the hands and ran everything because its disturbing First time you were in the p, o c room. That's
that's what they showed you and you didn't seem to have a problem with it, and I've gotta take a break now. So when I I want you to talk about that, exceed science, and why that wasn't a turning point for you at all. We come back again. The name of the movie is unplanned. Ashley a branch or who plays Abbe Johnson in the movie is here along with Abbe Johnson more in a minute here, listening TAT, Glenn Bank. Let me tell you about a semantic. If you ve ever had a weird feeling that somebody's following you, they are online there following you everywhere: magic going to a mall in somebody, looking look and everything that you pick up and write it down. That's what they're doing online you don't
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One of these days to make sure you are a member of blaze, TV, replace tv, dot, com, use that from a code Glenn and say ten bucks on your membership Abby Johnson, who is a remarkable woman woman who had to abortions herself, and running plan parenthood and became the employee of the year nationally for planned parenthood, a remarkable story. She had a turn around, and this is this is not yet, but in the movie unplanned, which opens this weekend, it shows walking into the PLC. With this point, waded describers borderline evil this woman who walk she win and she's intentionally, showing you right off the bat, the little fish
ITALY legs in the hands and stuff, and you dont flinch. Now why? I don't know I saw all the time I think, I just sort of confirm like confirms that the right word- I guess I just I never saw the value of human life in the womb. And so to see this Maybe that was dead. In the womb. I just didn't no I just didn't phase me. You didn't see that well all of the baby in the womb, but then on your Turning point- and this is the reason why the movie has rated a rating of art, because it is impact although its all see gee, I and it is of an ultra sound. So it leads that blurry. You know black and white image by
It shows the baby actually fighting against the doktor random people. Away from the instrument. That's gonna kill it, and that is what cha steel yeah. I mean it was hard to explain, bite you, trained tonight. Think about the baby in the womb So your train to only think about the mother and her right. I remember one time, whereas pregnant My daughter and I was working clinic- and I was I was walking in and one of the sidewalk advocate said Abbe: when do you think life begins, and I said it is a matter. It doesn't matter when life begins. No matter what the woman's rights always supersede the rights. The child in the world and so you really trained to disk.
Act yourself from that baby? But when I see this baby in the womb fighting and struggling for his life, I couldn't connect that any more. I could no law in that seen as an individual. Actually, just like me, You know- and I saw this this here, entity this babies, fight or white response that we all would have. If someone was trying to kill you to kill us and, unlike oh, my gosh die, that baby has the same response. I would have. How can I not to say that their. How can I say? There's no humanity here in the womb. The doctor says, be me up Scotty in wait, it's one of the worst things just so callous that doctor, that's in the movie is a doctor that has performed thousands of abortions and
woke up himself and including more. That is actually a line that you heard the doctors say when you saw it is that I know that the dock- There came in and rearranged all the tools to make sure everything was exactly the way it would be in a plan. Parenthood thing Is that scene, exactly what you experienced? Yes, What is interesting? that scene is that we did have Doktor eleven Tino, whose a former abortion provider nurse, the abortion nurse in the scene is, Actually a former abortion nurse who came through our ministry and then there were none so two out of the four. People in that scene, fifty percent of the actors in that seen our people who actually used to work inside of an abortion clinics are nobody's. Gonna be able to say: oh, that's not the way it is not exactly the way.
It is these. Two people lived that four years. I'm I'm telling you that one scene, you will see it and if you in your children to this? If there are thirteen, they have to be old enough to be able to recognise what's happening and be able to handle it? It is the killing of a child again its black and white. It's an ultra sound. So it's not graphic like that. However, it is, it is a very graphic seeing it it it will impact you, but I tell you: if you bring your kids, they will. Never ever look. Borgian in any other way than murder, better really hard at those really hard to I mean I, you can't prepare yourself for that. I mean it, It's amazing that that goes on and its hidden mainly from people's eyes. That's why I think this is the movie, so important is really good and his and it tells a great story, but it also puts those
omens into a perspective that most people don't ever see. They never gets They never could see that and they will. Not they. I don't want to see it. Meanwhile a hitch and they'll reality hits you and you will know this is the most important thing we can do right now stop this. This is this is barbaric. I think that's why abortion continues to escalate in this country, because the primary victim of abortion is unseen. You will never be able to say why I just didn't see it. I didn't know now that Mary victim is going to be on the screen for you to see exactly what happening and I'm I've been telling people You cannot walk into this film and leave unchanged, can't can't I halfway through this movie, I looked at Stu. I said we're going to see the end of abortion and are in our lifetime, and it may be sooner than any of us think. I think this is the beginning of something I think, between
what the legislators are doing with me. You know, infanticide so far over the line, this movie. I think we're gonna see a huge change. What a penny: you four days in I mentioned earlier. I didn't get a lot. A notice had five hours to pack gets Oklahoma Heather the ground running. I was in production meetings for four days. Wardrobe hair make up we then you can imagine this. Is it actually but gradually played Abbe Johnson in the movie. I am therefore say that I was there. My mom had called me and I haven't told her. I was yet and I really hesitant to share Abbe story with her because she it was me when she was in high school she'd Hoddan abortion and I wanted her to know that I didn't love her any less- that I wasn't judging her. This was a movie about forgiveness and grace, and I was really proud of Abby story to start a text.
Is her and I know that she would get emotional but she completely broke. I mean I could just hear her spirit crushed and she said on the phone I send you to tell you something. I never told you before. Will you dont know as when I was nineteen? I was at the clinic for the second time and I had been called back by a very pregnant nurse. I was on that it will be examined and I got very sick to my stomach and I knew that I can go through with it. So I told her that I couldn't do it. I got up, I walked out and I chose to have you and it was such a profound moment for me because I never knew that this was a part of my story. I had already accepted to play a and- I never knew. I never knew that my life had been spared by abortion and here it was like my story was coming full circle and it felt, like God, had really plan my stops from Kansas. And to this moment, for such a time as this to be able to step forward
and share at story with the world, and it gave me so much confidence that my mom was courageous enough to share that with me to believe it. God had empowered me for this moment, so Molly Gibson didn't know this about Jim could, but I went to The origin of evil- and he was a couple years behind me and he played Jesus, obviously in the passion, the Christ and when Jim was in, I think second grade. He went to her a little church. Went to a catholic school and he went down to our church and he was praying, and he said God I will serve you. Let me play you in movies. I will serve you my whole life style. Anything. I want to do any dedicated his entire life since, like second grade to play Christ and when male Gibson called and said he we want to do is like yes, this is the movie I was born do you think I will
cried kept, saying that to the team that they joke now, because they I thought I was crazy because I had talked to them like a phone call before they confirm that they can offer me the role and I kept tying them experiences I had had and how is feeling my heart and when I felt the voice, but was telling me and now etc either she was really crazy or she was hearing from the Lord has hug the way I've thought about that Instagram Lady, which is a wonderful version by the way she's, not a crazy lady. They reveal in the same way about me, but I think it is speaks volumes to what a bands. When you say yes to god- and you say: ok go I'm giving it to you and you do with it. What you want and back she's been such an anointing on this project. Every single person has been involved has received, but in favour, and I think that that's what this film is gonna do this film. By the way was they called. You went to I was in ten years,
five years ago about five years ago so five years ago, and they knew they were supposed to make this movie and then they felt strongly stop then they worked up about a year later. They picked it up again and they heard stop, and then about two years ago. They heard go right now go and they put it into production. And it's coming out at this time is, the coincidence- and I really urge you to see it please- see it. Please see it with your children, They have to be old enough to understand it and it is hard to watch, but they will. Never ever look but no one will ever be able to convince them that is anything but murder. It is a very important movie at this time. Please see unpack
and it opens in theatres. This weekend, as I said, I am going to salt Lake City to go. See it and I want to invite you, you can grab your tickets. Said the Jordan Commons at six thirty and thanks giving point seven, forty five, they will add other theatres if they said, out and I will be at each of them. I want to meet you there and I want you to see this movie. No matter where you are in the country, please take a friend and see unplanned alright, let me tell you about our sight of this. Authority is gold line. Just released there, twenty nineteen version of the legal tender bar. This is actually something that I ask old line to make. I said you should have in case you know things break dunks as living in New York City. At the time you know that
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Now we know what the truth is, we know and he could say I've tolerated as for two years, but look What we are not covering look at what we're not talking about. China is about to pass us. China's. Pass us with a sigh and end a g I end and the five g network we have fundamental issues on whether we are a free market or a socialist country. What are we concentrate on some of those things we're talking about infanticide and the es doesn't seem to care well important to find out if I were working with the with a foreign government to this drawing our system? Well, what surprise. It turns out that I am not now. They didn't find collusion on me, but let me tell you something what collusion
collusion is when you are used knowingly by a foreign entity trying to destroy our country and in this case using this information divide us. This information to divide us If I would have knowingly involved myself in that, I would have been nailed for collusion, now that the press knows the truth, one I had enough. To do with any of that need Did anybody on my team? Nobody in the in the campaign had anything to do with that too. That was their goal and there are still trying to do it the media now knows that and they try to play any more cards v. Colluding with the Russians. They are colluding with a foreign entity to what
to divide us. It's time we heal time we stop this. The news is out the integration is over law go to work for the american people there that's what he has to do the ear. I O p eatable do it in the next couple of days. I'm not sure, that's not really, usually him. The media is a loser in this. The Democrats are a huge loser. Try is a winner Russia is a winner, and Russia, depending on the Democrats and the and the media, a b, an even bigger winner as time goes on the country's a winner too. You know I mean look if, if you reacting to the news that your president did not collude with Russia with Agnes and depression wreath, your life,
you always saying today, outside of the media and the Democrats. Ah, man are resident, our president wasn't in bed with the Russians trying to destroy us diametric, oh man, I was crying on the air because of its this island. Greatest news, your president didn't collude with a foreign entity to destroy our system. How is that bad news? If you're sad about that rethink your life, yellow, green.
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