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Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Feb 1

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.03.19

4:05 PM ET – Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and author of the Russia Hoax, the paperback for this bestseller comes out on February 12th and you can find out more on Hannity.com and David Schoen, Civil Liberties Attorney, look at a week in review from the anti-semitic comments by freshman congressman Ilhan Omar, the arraignment of political consultant Roger Stone, and finally the President’s duty to protect the nation as Democrats push back against border security. A few key points on that last issue:

1.     On Monday, Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol agents apprehended an active MS-13 gang member from El Salvador and a Guatemalan male who was not only previously removed but convicted in New York for Attempted Murder in the 2nd degree.

2.     In El Paso, Border Patrol apprehended a family unit in which the adult Lauro Garcia-Perez was previously found guilty of felony burglary and sentenced to four years of confinement in New Jersey. He was traveling with a minor child.

3.     On Monday, El Centro Border Patrol agents apprehended a Mexican national who was previously removed in 2011 after he was convicted in Georgia in 2007 for Felony Child Molestation, and was subsequently sentenced to five years in prison.  He also convicted for abduction and kidnapping in Virginia in 1999.

4.     On Jan. 24, Border Patrol agents in Carrizo Springs arrested a Mexican national who was previously convicted in 2012 for child molestation in Decatur, Illinois. The man served five years of a 10-year sentence and was removed from the United States in April 2017 and on Jan. 27, Border Patrol agents in Brackettville arrested a 48-year-old Mexican national who was previously arrested and convicted in 1996 of rape in La Grange, Kentucky. The man served two years of a five-year sentence and was removed from the United States in September 1998.
“The American people have a right to secure borders and safe communities. The bottom line is that an unsecure border, and well-known flaws in our laws and court rulings continue to entice smugglers, traffickers, and criminals to violate our borders in an attempt to gain entry undetected into our country. This must stop.” – Katie Waldman, DHS Spokeswoman.

4:35 PM ET – As we discuss the gruesome efforts of some in our nation to legalize infanticide, we talk to investigative journalists Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer. They are the team behind the Gosnell Movie as well as Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer, and they have a gripping and gruesome story to tell – a story of a serial killer masquerading as an advocate of women’s rights. A little about Kermit Gosnell:

• Gosnell was a former physician and abortion provider convicted on 3 counts of first-degree murder, 1 count involuntary manslaughter, 21 felony counts of illegal late-term abortion, and 211 counts of violating the 24-hour informed consent law

• Gosnell owned and operated the Women’s Medical Society clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and he was a prolific prescriber of OxyContin.

• Gosnell was arrested in January 2011, charged with eight counts of murder: one patient who allegedly died under his care after a botched abortion, and seven infants supposedly born alive whose spinal cords Gosnell allegedly severed with scissors.

• According to prosecutors in Philadelphia, Gosnell catered to minorities, immigrants, and poor women, and made millions of dollars over 30 years performing illegal and late-term abortions in squalid and barbaric conditions. Gosnell took extra precautions with white women from the suburbs, according to the grand jury report.

• Prosecutors say that none of Gosnell’s staff, including his wife, were licensed nurses or doctors and that a 15-year-old student performed anesthesia with potentially lethal narcotics.