Politics

Radio Show Recap: Jan 5

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.05.18

**MICHAEL WOLFF BOOKS OPENS WITH CAVEAT- ‘WE CAN’T CONFIRM WHAT’S IN THE BOOK’

**INVESTIGATIONS ARE HAPPENING CALLING INTO QUESTION THE ROLE OF THE CLINTONS

**EMAIL SERVER, THE FBI, THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT – WHO’S INVOLVED?

**DOSSIER AUTHOR ON THE HOT SEAT – ON THE BRINK OF A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

**SEVERE COLD FOLLOWS SNOWFALL IN THE NORTHEAST – BELOW ZERO TEMPS EXPECTED

4:05PM ET – Sean Spicer, Former White House Press Secretary, is here to discuss the tremendous amount of news surrounding the tabloid like book being published, out today in fact, by Michael Wolff. The caveat at the beginning of his book tells us all we need to know about what is by very definition fake news, and with no supporting evidence:

Finally Sean wants to address the comments Spicer made about himself, saying that he screwed up.

Former White House press secretary looked back on his time at the White House when he joined HLN’s S.E. Cupp on her show Unscripted. Spicer conceded he made mistakes but denied ever intentionally misleading the public or telling a lie on behalf of Trump.

Spicer says there were many quotes in Michael Wolff’s book that is highly critical of President Donald Trump contains inaccurate quotes attributed to Spicer. (h/t Real Clear Politics)

5:05PM ET – DC McAllister, of The Federalist and PJ Media and Leslie Marshall, host of the Leslie Marshall Show and a Fox News Contributor are here to debate the news of the day and the latest feminist, liberal lashing. DC McAllister has taken pen to paper to let these women know how she feels about their selective moral outrage:

This is why anger over sexual abuse at the hands of brutal, toxic masculinity will not only continue, it will increase and become even more irrational. It won’t highlight underlying causes and inequalities, because these don’t really matter in the quest for power and moral authority. Women as victims of brutal sexual assault by all men—or at least the threat of it—is the key to victory.

This anger, this Atwoodian oppression that all women suffer will create more divisions and fuel more hostilities in our society. Individual guilt and individual rights will be lost in the march toward feminist dominance in all areas of society because men will be silenced, not by the weak label of sexist, but by the devastating stigma of sexual abuser.

This will be the future of feminism and our society. At least until another backlash, another wave of violence and anger rises, and the cycle continues—until that “catastrophe” Leith spoke of, that great horror that makes all of us mutual victims against a common oppressor, ends it. (h/t The Federalist)