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Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Mar 14

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.14.19

**ANOTHER CONTENDER ENTERS THE RING – BOZO BETO TELLS AMERICA HE IS RUNNING

**TAKES A STEP AWAY FROM FELLOW DEMS, STATES HIS SUPPORT FOR CAPITALISM

**ANDREW WEISSMANN, THE PIT BULL IS STEPPING DOWN FROM MUELLER COUNSEL

**BATTLE OVER THE BOEING PLANES CONTINUES AS INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY

**PETER STRZOK CLOSED DOOR TESTIMONY RELEASED, ONE REP. PROMISES TRANSPARENCY

4:05 PM ET – John Solomon, of the Hill, brings us the next breaking news story in the ongoing release transcripts, courtesy of House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Doug Collins of Georgia. Joining him is Civil Liberties attorney, David Schoen.

Collins and Solomon will also discuss the end of the Weissman era on the Mueller team today:
One of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s top prosecutors conducting the Russia investigation is leaving the Justice Department, prompting new speculation that the probe is coming to an end, a report said.

Andrew Weissmann will leave to teach at New York University while working on various public service projects and preventing wrongful convictions, NPR reported. Weissmann helped build the case against President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was recently sentenced to more than seven years in prison following two cases related to the Mueller probe. Neither case alleged Russian collusion.

4:30 PM ET – Jonathan Gilliam, Former FBI Agent, Federal Air Marshall, and author of Sheep No More and Danielle McLaughlin an Attorney & Constitutional Expert who co-wrote The Federalist Society: How Conservatives took the Law Back from Liberals, continue to debate the hot topics of the day. From the exposure of a cheating ring getting unqualified students into Ivy League and colleges in high demand, many of whom are from prestigious and celebrity families. The NY Post put out an article today, highlighting some of the most memorable moments in all this cheating:
The most memorable scams in recent university history:

1999: In his 2016 book, Vijay Chokalingam, brother of Mindy Kaling, claims he identified himself as black instead of Indian to get into medical school at Saint Louis University, which later denied that his race was a factor in his admission.

1999-2000: Tennessee high school football coach Lynn Lang uses his star player, Albert Means, to lure colleges into padding his own bank account. As part of the pay-to-play scheme, a booster shells out $150,000 to Lang to recruit Means to the University of Alabama.

2010: Adam Wheeler, a 24-year-old former student, is found guilty of forging straight-A transcripts from the prestigious private high school Phillips Academy and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to earn admission to Harvard University and steal $45,000 in scholarship money and financial aid.

2011: Twenty Nassau County students receive criminal charges after taking part in a wide-ranging standardized-test cheating ring, in which students shelled out thousands of dollars to get others to take the SAT and ACT for them to increase their score.

2018: The Post uncovers the alarming trend of parents using doctors to fake medical conditions for their kids, so they would receive extra time and other beneficial accommodations while taking the SAT and ACT.