Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) reflects on the confirmation of new Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett on Monday's broadcast of "Hannity" on FOX News."She's one of the most highly-educated people ever to go on the court. She's not from Harvard. She's not from Yale. She is a normal person. She is going to do an awesome job. Thank you, President Trump," Graham said."But the big winner tonight is conservative women," Graham said. "To all those conservative women who go through hell for being conservative, who get beat up by the mainstream media for embracing your faith, by being pro-life, being traditional in your family structure, you're a winner tonight. There's a seat at the table for you.""This is not a glass ceiling being broken, this is a concrete barrier being broken," Graham declared. "Amy Barrett represents every aspiration of a young conservative woman. She is going to do awesome. I cannot wait for her to be on the Supreme Court tomorrow."
Newt Gingrich told Sean Hannity on Monday that a Trump landslide is possible if Biden corruption is exposed: "I'm reasonably confident that Trump is going to win and the question now is if we can get every American to understand just how crooked the Biden family is, whether it's in China or Russia, Ukraine, you name it. I think that Biden would collapse totally and you'd have an election landslide that you wouldn't quite be able to explain."
Trafalgar Group head pollster Robert Cahaly told Fox News on Monday evening that he thinks President Trump will win the November 3 election despite most polls showing Joe Biden ahead. "What we’ve noticed is that these polls are predominantly missing the hidden Trump vote. There is a clear feeling among conservatives and people that are for the president that they’re not interested in sharing their opinions readily,," he said.
Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer told FNC's Sean Hannity on Friday that evidence will be released before the election proving that Hunter Biden and Russian oligarch Elena Baturina have more of a relationship than previously admitted. HANNITY: All right. So, we can bifurcate for people. This is all separate from what The New York Post was reporting this week. This is separate from what we knew earlier, and it’s separate from Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley’s report that they put out, 87 pages, which talked about, well, Russian oligarchs, Kazakh oligarchs, the $3.5 million payment with the former first lady of Moscow, Chinese nationals, $100,000 shopping spree, Russian nationals, Kazakhs nationals, Ukrainian nationals.How much money are we talking about here, and were all three of them involved in all of these endeavors?SCHWEIZER: Well, it kind of jumps around, but let me just make clear, these are all separate emails from The New York Post and what the Senate did, but they all reinforce the same.I mean, to take, for example, Ms. Baturina, the Russian oligarch links to organized crime that the Senate sent $3.5 million based on Treasury Department documents, we will be rolling out a story in a couple of days demonstrating that their relationship, meaning Hunter and Devon Archer’s relationship with Elena Baturina goes way back and they were performing a number of banking and other financial services for her, services that they had trouble doing, by the way, because several banks did not want to work with her because the money was seen as dirty.HANNITY: So, literally, these nationals were allowed access to Biden inside the White House according to these emails. I guess my next question is if both of Hunter’s business partners are convicted, how did he go scot-free?SCHWEIZER: Well, that’s the question, Sean. There was a trial in 2016, and we actually, I’ve gone through the notes of that trial, and what it demonstrates is that Hunter Biden’s fingerprints are all over this. He has named repeatedly in the court trials, but he was never charged by the prosecutors in New York.
Americans who were prevented by social media giants from sharing the New York Post's reporting about Hunter Biden this week should be able to sue those companies, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), told “Hannity” Thursday night: "If you’ve been locked out of Twitter or if you can’t distribute this New York Post article on Facebook, you ought to be able to sue them... They've gotten to be these monopolies because the government 20 years ago gave them this sweetheart deal and it’s time for it to end."
Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Breitbart News senior contributor and Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer teased more evidence of a relationship between Hunter Biden and Devon Archer with Russian oligarch Elena Baturina. According to Schweizer, the relationship dealt with banking and financial services for Baturina, given her money “was seen as dirty.” Partial transcript
FOX News' Sean Hannity on President Trump's town hall event with NBC host Savannah Guthrie: "At this point the abusively biased NBC is just using the white supramacy lie as their way again, once again, always again to smear the president. They don't care about facts. They don't care about research. They don't care about truth. They don't care about fundamental fairness. Especially not MSDNC News, which is completely corrupt as we saw tonight. It is a conspiractorial wing of the DNC and basically nothing but state-run television. They're actively working to elect Sleepy Joe Biden and Guthrie's own husband was Al Gore's traveling chief of staff. What a shock."
Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity, ” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) offered his reaction to the particular dueling town halls for Chief executive Donald Trump and Democratic president nominee Joe Biden. Gaetz evaluated the candidates’ shows during their respective town halls. He or she criticized Biden’s performance and wondered the audience’s composition during Trump’s