This partial transcript from Hannity & Colmes, April 18, was But, you know , one of the problems that police confront in this case HANNITY: Now Blake -- also, this relationship with his wife had been quite acrimonious. Sean Patrick Hannity (born December 30, ) is an American talk show host and Hannity attended college for two years, dropping out due to financial issues. Hannity was a co-host of Hannity & Colmes, an American political . Hannity developed a close relationship with Trump during the election and has become. The Fox News host is willing to defend Trump at all costs — and is reaching and voluble, still possessed by an energy he seems to have trouble controlling. .. Patrick Halpin, a commentator and frequent guest on “Hannity & Colmes. . Among Hannity's critics, his relationship with Trump is frequently.
Seems that one of Hannity's former close chums is a neo-Nazi named Hal Turner who used to be a radio host, is apparently the top man in Bergen, NJ white-supremacist circles, and probably spends a lot of his time in his basement with Star Wars action figures acting out Holocaust-denier versions of The Return of the Jedi. In short, just the sort of person with whom you'd imagine Sean Hannity spends a lot of formational time with.
Shabazz and his organization had previously chosen to endorse Barack Obama, who subsequently rejected the endorsement. It was up to Hannity to make some hay out of this, but the tables got turned very quickly.
Hannity added, "What I don't think you're understanding here, Malik, is that when you hear the minister of him for 20 years, when you hear the associations with Louis Farrakhan, one of the biggest racists and anti-Semites in the country, what you're not understanding is, America hears extremism at its worst.
Are you to be judged by your promotion and association with Hal Turner?
That was a man that was banned from my radio show ten years ago, that ran a Senate campaign in New Jersey. Hannity answered, "That is an absolute, positive, lie and you've been reading the wrong websites Trump went after a federal judge of Mexican descent, and Hannity backed him. Even after the Access Hollywood tape emerged of Trump making lewd comments about inappropriate sexual behaviour towards women, Hannity defended him: Trump's biggest media booster; he also veers into the role of adviser," citing sources who said Hannity spent months offering suggestions to Trump and his campaign on strategy and messaging.
Hannity responded to the report by saying, "I'm not hiding the fact that I want Donald Trump to be the next President of the United States. I never claimed to be a journalist. But I'm an advocacy journalistor an opinion journalist. The suit alleges that the network "intentionally exploited" the tragedy for political purposes. Hannity responded to this by citing Mitt Romney 's failure in to obtain any votes in 59 of 1, Philadelphia voting districts as proof of election rigging.
Philadelphia elections inspector Ryan Godfrey also refuted Hannity's claim. He also criticized the Obama administration for failing to apprehend Assange.
I wish you the best. McCain's spokeswoman called Hannity out on it, asking him to "correct the record. They speak on the phone multiple times a week, discussing Hannity's show, the special counsel investigation, even evaluating White House staff. In a breach of journalistic ethics, Hannity had failed to disclose that Cohen was his lawyer while at the same time taking to the Fox airwaves to defend Cohen and criticize those who investigated him.
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Trump, Elliott Broidyand a "prominent person" who did not wish to be named for fear of being "embarrassed". The cops did not release the results of the forensic testing of the crime scene or of the handgun that was reportedly found near — in a nearby dumpster soon after the killing.
But they didn't have to.
But they still have to link the gun either to him or to someone he may have hired, if, indeed, that's the case. We don't even know what the theory is. We don't know what the theory of the prosecution is. Now Blake -- also, this relationship with his wife had been quite acrimonious. As I understand it, too, he demanded a DNA test before he accepted that this young girl was, in fact, his daughter.
But, I mean, that feeds into, you know, the prosecution theory, you know, that he had motive. There was very bad blood between the two of them, but the problem the prosecution will face in this And one thing is — it's always when someone gets arrested, you know, we — and when it's a husband arrested for allegedly killing a wife, it's very easy to sort of convict him.
But this is — this case is not over. Harland Braun is a very aggressive defense attorney, and this woman had a very shady background, lots of reasons that someone else might have wanted to kill her. I don't know if -- I don't know if he killed her or not -- the husband killed her or not, but don't be surprised if there was more intrigue to this story.
You said you spoke earlier to Blake's attorney. He had at one point in a previous article been quoted as saying, "Be logical. If Robert Blake hired someone to kill his wife, would his alibi be, 'I went back to the restaurant because I forgot my gun. I mean, I — Sean, I'll tell you I've represented You've heard it all. I've represented defendants for years, and, you know, even the richest among them aren't always the smartest.
Now let's compare this if we can, Greta, a little bit to the O.
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Simpson case in as much as we have a high-profile personality here. In this case, are you seeing obvious lessons learned from that one, not an immediate arrest, they waited a long period of time?
I would assume that they tried to build a stronger case prior to the arrest that took place nearly a year later. But, you know, and it was always interesting that the prosecutors in the O. Simpson case — and Gil Garcetti, I always thought, deserved most of the blame for this, is that it was — it was so sloppy the way they wanted to go in and make the big kill, make the big arrest right away before they investigated the case. As a result, they had problem after problem after problem.
Even during the course of the trial, they were still doing tests on fibers, and what Gil Garcetti did is he handicapped his trial prosecutors by forcing that early arrest on Friday after June 12th.
In this particular case, we don't know what the prosecution's evidence is, we don't know if it's proof beyond a reasonable doubt, but what we do know is that they had a year do it. Plus, there's another thing. One thing defendants do -- and it's the most dangerous thing for defense attorneys -- is when they're out on the street, they talk, and we don't know if he said something to someone.
He may have said something in confidence. You know, they might not have had forensic evidence to make an arrest sufficient, but he might have made a statement. There's a lot that can happen in a year. In a case like this, does sloppy work in the O.
Simpson case come into play? In other words, is there a pattern or history of sloppy evidence handling? That was the key reason the prosecution lost that case. Not only was it sloppy handling, but the LAPD had built such a poor reputation in terms of credibility. They brought up the way labs handled DNA in that particular trial.
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Not only that, but you had Mark Fuhrman lying on the witness stand in March of '95 as to whether or not he used that racial slur, and everybody knew as early as July in '94 from an article in the "New Yorker" by Jeffrey Toobin -- he had said he had made racial remarks. He was a big fat liar on that witness stand, and the jury knew it, and the prosecutor sat there and let him lie.
Well, Mark -- now did they know that, or was this a case you're saying that the -- that Marcia Clark and Chris Darden knew? I -- look, I knew.
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Everyone in the media knew. There was also, in September of that year, an in camera proceeding, a proceeding inside the judge's chambers, to look at Fuhrman's personnel file. In the context that he was putting together a tape that was not supposed to be -- it wasn't the real Mark Fuhrman. Well, I don't want to get -- I don't want to retry the case here. Well, anyway, you know, the point is -- the point is that Geraldo -- let me bring Geraldo back in here. You know, it's almost eerie some of the parallels here.
I know the O. It's Hollywood, it's a celebrity, and you have the sister of Bakley also believing that the spouse is the guilty party.