the one and only, the man, the great dan bongino. he has interrupted his post boxing day celebrations to come in and take it from here. you do celebrate. you observe boxing day, don't you? >> dan: is that a serious question? who doesn't celebrate boxing day? of course. >> mark: we need $60 million in this covid bill for a boxing day promotion program. thank you for indulging me, dan. have a terrific show. >> dan: you've got to it, mark. thanks and have a great day. welcome t to the special edition of speech 21. i am dan bongino in for sean. we'll bring you the latest from the critical senator nelson georgia. plus we will show you how blue state governors are satisfying their god complex of the new round of idiotic, failed lockdowns. a full report on the left's
cancel culture insanity is straight ahead. first to capitol hill with the house narrowly approved a bill to increase the amount of money many americans will receive in stimulus checks. what does it mean? if anything for you and your family. joining us now marius chad pergram. chad. >> good evening, dan. the house of representatives okayed $2,000 in direct stimulus checks. this is something president trump demanded when he resisted signing the covid relief bill, government funding bill, the combination bill. there was only $600 in direct payments and that bill but there was a lot of resistance from republicans on the house floor tonight. listen. >> looking at this bill today, it makes me feel like we are in the parliament of afghanistan, brandy, bolivia. do we think a better way to improve the quality of life for americans to just print more money from the fed? >> the vote was 275-134.
44 republicans supported the president's plan. it was democrats who backed the president. that was the issue in the negotiations. many republicans oppose direct payments. wisconsin's ron johnson blocked a bill for $1200 direct payments. senate democratic leader chuck schumer said he would try to get the senate to consider the direct payments tomorrow but you need 60 votes to clear a filibuster in the proposal is likely dead. also to make the house overrode president trump's veto of the defense bill. he veto the bill or language to change the names of bases named after confederates. mr. trump want to lawmakers to onto the bill of version to terminate section 230 giving legal shields to internet firms. house vote on the override was 322-87. 109 republicans voted to override the veto. the theme of these two votes tonight is that republicans broke with the president. the override vote, that goes to the senate tomorrow. they could vote as early as
tomorrow but is probably going to take a couple days, may be as late as new year's eve. president trump is never had a veto overridden. dan, there's only been 111 veto overrides in u.s. history. back to you. >> dan: chad, thanks a lot. always great insight. now let's turn to the state of georgia where president trump just announced a huge rally next monday, january 4. he will be campaigning with senator loeffler and purdue. one day ahead of the states all important senate runoff. leffler is in a very close race against radical far left democrat raphael warnock. keep in mind warnock was once arrested for allegedly obstructing child abuse investigation at a church camp that he oversaw. meanwhile produce opponent, john ossoff embroiled in a scandal of his own. the democrat is cozy with china's communist party, even received compensation from the chinese state backed media outlet. as the free beacon just
uncovered on twitter, ossoff encouraged everyone to follow the news propaganda outlet for the communist party of china. joining us now with reaction is kayleigh mcenany. welcome to the show. thanks for joining us. these are revelations tonight about jon ossoff. we have known raphael warnock's history. i don't need to say about raphael warnock. listen to raphael warnock talk about raphael warnock. how do you gauge the state of the race? do we have a decent shot in either or both of the races? >> yes we do. you cannot get worse than jon ossoff and raphael warnock. the things that you listed should be disqualifying but on top of all of it, especially with raphael warnock, top of everything you just listed you have a guy who invited fidel castro to come speak at his church, praised marxism and praised jeremiah wright who has
had anti-semitic and anti-american things, has said you cannot serve god and the ine military. any one of those things is disqualifying. this someone who should never be a candidate for the united states senate. jon ossoff, 83% of his donations from out of the state of georgia. hiding donations from a chinese media run company. these are people who are compromised by china. we can't have another eric swalwell. we cannot have jon ossoff. purdue and loeffler are the only palatable choices for the american people in georgia. >> dan: don't take dan bongino's work, listen to warnock himself. it's on video. the fidel castro thing, socialism worked so well for the democrats in florida in the 2020 election when they got annihilated and lost double-digit percentage points in miami-dade here in florida where they used to do much better. this stuff is all on video.
we don't have to speculate. it's out there for you to see. welcoming fidel castro? this guy was a murderer. you can see in on video. it's all out there. >> this is next level leftism. it's all out there. it's another aoc and perhaps even worse than aoc if that's even possible. on top of that you've got a scandal at this church camp he ran where this horrible victim, this victim spoke out in this horrible thing happened to him when he was doused with urine and locked outside. this individual should not be running for any sort of office and this is why it's so important. the flaws in george's election system. the decree by stacey abrams. it's horrible. it's not been an election with integrity. we have to overwhelm the system. the answer is more trump owners showing up to embrace these candidates, not fewer. out the stakes are too high. we can't have these individuals
anywhere near the levers of power. >> dan: can i get a candidate assessment from you. we all know there was fraud in the election. no question there was fraud. no sane person would say otherwise. the question is what level of fraud. so far i see three potential. pennsylvania just rewrote their election rules unconstitutionally. unprecedented levels of low rejection rates in election with all these mail-in ballots and you have also these odd numbers where people voted, unprecedented numbers for biden at the top of the ticket but nobody else beneath the ticket. where do we stand on the 2020 election and some evidence of malfeasance or misfeasance? >> sure, for ten months this president sounded the alarm bells about mass mail-in voting. this is not something that was happening behind the scenes. it happened in plain sight. you had democrat secretaries of
state law mostly rewrite the laws and use a pandemic to create an electoral epidemic. mass voting. allowing blue counties to secure their ballots but not read counties. the four metros were joe biden outperform hillary clinton or philadelphia, milwaukee, atlanta and detroit. the four that he needed in four key states. this happened in plain sight. it's very difficult to undo on the back end and it's a real failure of our judiciary system to untangle this and allowed to happen. , get a quick comment from this. don't you find it odd having dealt with the media how liberal media is pushing for a quick concession. these are the same people who pushed the pp hopes and collusion hoax for four years and still haven't conceded the 2016 election. do you find it a little on, like i do?
>> oh, yeah. they won pulitzers over their fake russia collusion hoax at the maritimes -- the maritimes. it's odd that we can ask questions. they can peddle fake news, false stories, conspiracies and won pulitzers when it's all said and done. >> dan: it's pathetic. kayleigh, thanks a lot. we always appreciate your comments. this month millions of americans travel to florida in search of warm weather, beautiful beaches and most importantly freedoms like william wallace found. florida is open for business. meanwhile liberal governors and other states are increasing locked on measures and destroying small businesses. in an idiotic attempt to battle pandemic. they call it following the science. watch this. >> if we can go back now with everything we know we'd probably all make different decisions. following the science i think has served the state of michigan well and i'm grateful for the incredible experts we have.
that was michigan governor gretchen whitmer. despite strict lockdown measures, her state is home to one of the highest covid death rates in the country. to the east, the state of new york has the second highest death rate is one "new york post" columnist weeded out "anyone tweeting that florida is not doing well is just hoping. it's not even debatable. anything can happen but right this minute both new york and california would trade with florida and everyone knows it." florida is wide open while california and new york are crippled with closures. i live here. it's true. despite this california is planning to extend its stay-at-home orders well after the holiday season. joining us now as a ranking member of the house judiciary committee, congressman jim jordan, 2016 trump campaign manager corey lewandowski informer trump campaign manager dave bossie. congressman, i'll go to you
first. the left is absolutely losing his mind after president trump's 2 feet suggesting that florida is performing decently. nobody's performing great. it's a pandemic, right? is this just evidence of how this hyperpartisan sick media culture even of virus gets politicized? >> of course. it's that cancel culture mob. it's two days left. use the right word when you use the word freedom. think about it. there are over 60 million americans who live in a state that has a stay at home order or curfew. in ohio you have to be in your home at 10:00. in pennsylvania when you're in your home you have to wear a mask. in vermont when you're in your home, you don't have to wear a mask things you're not allowed to have people over. governmengovernment is telling n you can leave your home, who you can have in your home and what you have to wear while you're there. if that isn't an assault on your freedom and we find out the states that are doing this have worse numbers than states that are actually opened up and allowing people to exercise their liberty, open their business and exercise freedom.
that's the fundamental issue and i'm glad the president is talking about it. we all need to be talking about it. >> dan: cory, i'll go to you next. i find it sad, tragic, really disturbing that california which is engaged in these ridiculous lockdowns right now, i was reading a number today that just totally blew my mind that when you look at hospitalizations per million, california is actually, has more hospitalizations per million people in texas and florida combined. and i live in florida! florida, listen, it's relatively open for business. this people in restaurants. i saw dave rubin tweeting. he was like him i was in this crazy place called her restaurant and people brought food out. it was bizarre. it was crazy pills with the media. >> you have to remember these government officials haven't cared about small business owners. they haven't cared what they have done to these people who build their businesses over 20
and 30 years. how many government employees, county employees, municipal employees or state employee's have been laid off? the answer is none. government continues to grow. these governors have failed their states. they failed the people who put them in office and what they've done is they've destroyed the economy for tens of millions of people in perpetuity. new york is not going to recover anytime soon. we are seen because of the high tax burden new york city because of closures and the ineptitude of both the governor and the mayor of new york city is the people who can get out of the city are doing that. permanent damage on those communities for a long time and most people are going to move. stu and i have a friend who owns a private airport and he says te private airport, he goes you have no idea how many people, he goes there are people flying down privately. escape from new york. >> people with money i'm going
to reject california, reject new york. your average person in california right now is finding petitions to recall their incompetent governor. enough is enough. the american people are fed up. remember 15 days to flatten the curve? [laughs] we are going on a year where they are destroying the american way of life. they are destroying schools, sports, destroying our churches. it doesn't matter. there's no place off-limits to the government overreach. that's what's so dangerous. remember dr. fauci used to say don't wear a mask. it doesn't matter. masks don't do anything. of course we have mask mandates in state after state after state across this country. the american people are very smart and they know how to take care of themselves and their families and they don't mean the government to do it for them. we have a long way to go here
and we are in a dangerous spot with socialism on the rise. that's going to be honest with you that's why these two georgia senate seats matter so much next month. >> dan: yeah, no, that's true. congressman, what worries me about this on a serious note. i feel like the scientific method and the search for facts are just dead. you have a hypothesis and you test it. the hypothesis was that lockdowns would stop the spread in the data is not there to support it and yet we continue to bankrupt people in states that people like you represent. it's kind of sick. >> it sure is. let america work again. make america free again. that's what we should be focused on. i failed to accept this premise that somehow government cares more about a small business owners and employees. government somehow cares more about a small business owners customers than the small business owner. it's ridiculous. we need to make america free again and focus on that and talk about that and i think the american people are starting to push back.
>> dan: yeah and i've seen some of the videos. there is a video of a business owner. he used his truck and blocked in a health inspector. he was like listen, if i can't work, you can't work. the video went viral. it was all over the place. listen, this is a government by the people, for the people. it was supposed to be. how long can this possibly go on before people collectively say listen i've had enough? i've got to feed my family. >> we have seen gym owners with fines in new jersey. they couldn't operate their business even the there was no science that covid was being spread in the facility. people in the furthest reaches of our country in the western part, in washington state, swing their governor for money saying let us run our businesses. governor whitmer has destroyed michigan's economy right now in the states that have remained opened are doing better than ever. their tourism industry, restaurants, their tax base is improving every day.
they've done what's necessary to take the precautions to curb this covid virus that's impacting our country, but we have to have personal responsibility and that's what's missing here with some of these overzealous, overreaching governors. >> dan: quick final answer. i've got about 30 seconds. uc political change coming? people are clearly getting fed up. sadly it's democrats leading the way with lockdowns. >> the only good thing i can see is a long-term rejection of big government. that's going to be the one thing that you and i've been fighting for a long time. high taxes and big government and the overreach. this is a perfect example for the american people. if they can shut you down, they can do anything to you. if they can shut your schools, determine who gets a vaccine and who doesn't, this is what big government is and this is what we've been warning about as conservative for decades. >> dan: yeah. i wish you weren't right but you are. congressman jordan, corey, dave, thanks. straight ahead, this next story
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hitting new levels of delusion. tonight is "the new york times" are under fire for running a piece titled "a racial slur, a viral video, and a reckoning." it details how white high school student in virginia named mimi groves was forced to withdraw from the university of tennessee after her flat classmate released a video of her using a racial slur in a 3-second clip on social media where she said "i can drive," using the n-word. her classmate held onto the video for years which is bizarre and released it once she take to college, telling the times he had no regrets and wanted to teach her a lesson. rather than use a story to highlight the dangers of weaponized cancel culture, the times glorified this sad saga and celebrated the so-called cancellation. the piece drew scorn from those on the right and left for its lack of news value in celebration of revenge narratives. for example independent
journalist michael tracy tweeted "it's so depraved. a particular racial epithet. and then turn around and crusade for the instruction of people's lives." unfortunately these types of tactics have become all too common for the mob and the media and it's getting worse by the day. because the weaponization of identity politics is actually morphing into outright censorship. for example, just look at this new piece in "the wall street journal." laying out the new so-called disrupt text movement to purge schools of classic books by homer, f. scott fitzgerald, and even dr. seuss. that's not all. in san francisco there's an ongoing debate over the push to change the names of dozens of public schools and renouncing names like washington and lincoln. that may. the left is engaged in an all-out effort to censor, suppress, and destroy any and
all materials that undercut their destructive forest fire of identity politics agenda. remember none of this is about logic. it's always been about power and a desire to destroy the principles that made this nation great. freedom of speech, free enterprise. a meritocracy which they can't compete in and that's why they do this. joining me now very action, civil rights attorney leo turrell along with salem radio host larry elder and civil rights attorney darrell parks. larry, this is getting pathetic. the danger zone we crossed a long time ago. i was talking on my podcast earlier today. they hate meritocracy. they think they are new educated aristocrats, these leftists because they are basement dwelling marshmallow roasting in their mom's basement and they can't do anything in a meritocracy and therefore they can't get power like normal people by attaining it through
hard work, this is what they do. they seek power by destroying others. am i crazy or am i on to something? >> you're not crazy. what's crazy is where it does this end? we could cancel almost anybody. jfk once referred to countries in africa. donald trump was a leisurely called racist. are we going to cancel jfk? rfk authorized wiretaps for martin luther king at the behest j. edgar. should we cancel rfk? martin luther king had a column in ebony magazine and a guy right since i've got a problem, which i do and mlk said pray it away and seek therapy. should rfk, jfk and mlk be canceled? by this logic, they ought to be. >> dan: yeah. i'm dan, not brian.
not nearly as good-looking as brian kilmeade that thank you for the shout out. >> sorry about that. >> dan: leo, you as a former man of the left yourself, there's no logic in this. i don't understand. are we really going to go to a set of principles where apologies are no longer relevant but they are no longer relevant for anyone who's not a liberal? larry brought up a few great examples. you have the virginia governor. couldn't decide if he was in blackface or a ku klux klan hood. jimmy kimmel and blackface. joe biden campaigning with a ku klux klan member. they can apologize. what are the rules? >> that's the thing. they get to pick and choose who they want to cancel. dan, your point was well taken. they are trying to destroy the american valley system. they want us to cancel the people who gave us the declaration of independence, the constitution, the bill of rights. they want to cancel washington,
jefferson and lincoln, the emancipation proclamation. they want to destroy what makes this country great. they want to destroy why people are the envy of this country, the leadership that made this country great. this is why it's so important to protect the current american value system. dan coming could you imagine if they take control of the senate, they would have the entire government and they would start canceling all parts of what makes this country great. they are a threat to the value system of america. we have to stop them or they will take over and trying to rewrite our history. >> dan: darrell, i wanted you on this show because i seriously want the leftist perspective because this makes no sense to me at all. i don't get this. the article in "the wall street journal," they are trying to cancel the scarlet letter. don't you find that a little odd, a book about pernicious groupthink, they are trying to
cancel it using pernicious groupthink? does that ever occurred to people on the left when you talk to them? >> first of all, thanks for having me onto made and i agree that we shouldn't be destroying literature when literature is so important. we all know the way you learned literatures by starting the history of literature so without question we should not be getting rid of literature. let me go back something. it's not an attempt to destroy america. what we are finding out is that we are learning more information about individual people. >> you want to get rid of george washington and abe lincoln? don't call yourself a civil rights attorney trying to get rid of people who made this country great? >> dan: what i don't understand. i don't understand. i'm just asking you for logic. logic, reason, a set of rules. is the left's goal by canceling washington and lincoln and grant and lee and everybody else that the best way to eliminate our
history is to expose it? expose it for its sins? does this make any sense? >> not at all. i think there has to be a certain degree of transparency about these people. who says who we get rid of? but there's nothing wrong with studying what roles do people really play in american history? what did they do in their everyday lives? >> we know about them. don't talk in lawyer talk. we know the good and bad of washington and lincoln. don't come on this program and try to spread the left-wing rhetoric! come on. >> transparency is not rhetoric. >> dan: what i don't understand, darrell what you said is the conservative viewpoint. study both sides of complex human beings and make your own judgments. larry, what darrell said is not in anyway epidemic of the ideology on the left which is if you made one mistake in your whole life and you're not a
liberal, you're out of here. forget it. history be. >> that's right, zero tolerance. the wind jfk got elected, he invited sammy davis jr. to perform in his inaugural but then disinvited him. no one talks about it, are we going to cancel jfk? sammy davis jr. because he married a white woman? give me a break. >> dan: hold on. how stupid and illogical. leftism and liberalism is a forest fire. only for stupid people. stupid people love liberalism. you have raphael warnock running for senate in georgia. they are on type celebrating fidel castro, a socialist, system of socialism targeting minorities throughout human
history. the body count throughout history for socialism is unprecedented. people don't get that it's illogical and tragically stupid. >> he praises fidel castro, salutes fidel castro. tells white people to repent for their whiteness. your city apologizing for leftists, you know that they're wrong for you want to get canceled. it's embarrassing to have the left try to cannibalize the right and then allow their own people to get away with racist rhetoric. it makes no sense. i'm a civil rights attorney. somehow something needs to be totally distorted. >> dan: darrell. i will let you respond. go ahead, larry. >> you brought up raphael warnock. the guys a preacher. how bad could he be? >> so what! >> he doesn't get a pass. >> dan: hold on! darrell! he's a preacher who is pro-abortion.
where is that in the bible! did i miss that passage? is it like thomas, where did i miss that? come on. so you're a preacher you're absolved of any wrongdoing ever? >> hold on. he should be judged by the totality of his life. that's what you said. are you going to judge him by one statement? a life of preaching the gospel. >> dan: timeout because i've got to run but darrell one last thing and i've got bolt. i am judging him by the totality of work and it sucks. he doesn't like the cops. he is like the military and he's a pro-abortion guy claiming to be a preacher. that is the totality. i've got to run. i've got to run. listen, at least capitalists earn their money. larry, leo, darrell, thank you very much. appreciate your time. also denying democrats and their allies in the media mob are trying desperately to distract you from the burgeoning biden
family foreign corruption scandal and they are desperate to distract you from the growing body of evidence that the biden family sold access to the vice presidency to america's adversaries. instead they continue to claim to the russia hoax again and again, endless collusion delusions about president trump and putin. listen to congress when maxine waters over the weekend. >> here's what i know about russia and putin. they have in fact compromised this president and this president will not condemn them, will not criticize them, and even when he knows it's a threat, whether it's to our election system or our energy systems. he's not going to do anything to disagree with them because he's a compromised president. >> dan: of course the democrats russia hysteria is soaked in irony because one of
the biggest russia hoax tours in washington, eric swalwell, continues to be embroiled in a massive chinese spy scandal and still refuses to answer direct questions about the exact nature of his relationship with his chinese intelligence operative, christine feng. ask yourself, why is it that the same media that spewed endless hysteria about all things trip in russia is completely unbothered by the biden families cozy ties to china? because the media is the arm of the democrat party and would rather focus on fake news narratives than actual facts that are bad for the democrats. also tonight still more questions than answers following former attorney general bill barr's comments that the cia "stayed in and slain while probing election interference despite massive evidence of corruption via john brennan and others." to spy on the trump team. put a sized intelligence, abuse their power. joining the action,
gregg jarrett and republican congressman devin nunes and andy biggs. congressman, thank you for joining us. congressman nunes. this comment by bill barr i found a little disturbing. i don't know what barr knows. full obvious disclosure. or john durham, special investigator. to suggest that the cia stayed in his lane and the spygate scandal, the evidence, some of the public evidence doesn't support that. we had john brennan say on numerous media outlets that he had not seen this dossier full of these ridiculous allegations until december. yet in august of 2016, before december, he briefed harry reid and the senate, something you're familiar with come about elements of the dossier. the stories can't be true at the same time and do suggest some improper conduct. am i missing something about this? no one knows more about it than you.
>> what i'd like to say about this is that the fbi is clearly the ones that did the most wrong here. at some point the cia did get involved but we don't know who. we did a criminal referral, made a criminal referral to the justice department. manipulating intelligence for political purposes. perhaps this is not a crime. perhaps it needs to be a crime the future but i think we need to let durham do his work. hopefully the biden administration won't try to candor. it's critical we get to the bottom of it because we spent four years listening to the russia hoax nonsense when the whole time it was the was the bidens with the problem. most americans don't know this yet we're going to have to do what we can to get it out of the american people. >> dan: greg, is it possible that there is to be some procedural out for elements of the cia, notably brennan at the top where they say something to
the effective i was just doing my job. i have this foreign dirt and i passed it to the fbi and he gives them a legal procedural out. you can answer part two. is it possible also that the fbi will see more arrests? haven't seen anything on the leak of the flynn audio, a known felony. if you could hit those, i'd appreciate it. >> it's not an out for the cia to say i'm just doing my job, as devin nunes pointed out correctly. john brennan was the instigator of the russia hoax. he was spreading the collusion lie through harry reid to the media. he was helping to spread they fabricated dossier. he was knee-deep in framing donald trump or something he didn't do. he perpetuated and instigated the russia hoax and then when it all came crashing down when the mueller report came out he said gee, i guess my information was wrong. he's either the most ignorant or
most malevolent cia director ever. it's laughable for maxine waters to say she did that it's up to joe biden to stand up to russia and china. joe biden is most compromised president in my lifetime ever to take office by virtue of his son who was influence peddling and selling access to his father. lord knows how much information the chinese and the russians had and can hold over the head of joe biden, exerting undue influence. it's called good old-fashioned black male. >> dan: congressman biggs on this biden story. what i find most disturbing is the media angle. we have information in front of us right now with one of the business partners to this deal interviewed on this network, tony bobulinski. no one disputes he was a business partner.
nobody disputes the authenticity of the emails and text suggesting that there was a kickback to joe biden when he was the vice president of the united states and afterwards when he left office to the chinese communists. there is a media story here. this is media malfeasance. >> we can't be surprised by that. they went after trump mercilessly without any evidence and now that they have evidence everything from a laptop with a hard drive to tony bobulinski's testimony to seeing hunter biden pop off the plane in china and the next thing you know a billion-dollar deal comes back his way. these things are overt. they are right out in front of them. it's as plain as the swalwell issue. they are suppressing things from the american people because it suits them as a propaganda arm
of the leftist democrat party and that's really why i'm not surprised. we have got to elevate data and you have done a good job. we have to keep fighting this battle because there is compromise their with a big guy, joe biden himself. >> dan: congressman nunes, i will wrap with you. some of the same players involved in the ukraine impeachment hoax and the spygate hoax, they were some of the same names. if you do any homework on it, i always say room are the names. they were the same names. this was a four year effort to get rid of donald trump that moved seamlessly from spying to the impeachment hoax afterwards. >> i would also point out follow the names. also follow the names of the first reporters who were talking to clinton campaign people in 2016. a lot of these truth errors as i call them that went out there peddling the dossier. they are going to nina -- being
a new potential biden administration. a lot of people have been named to the biden transition team and they are going to serve in his new administration. you can't make this up. >> dan: yeah, it's sad. it's like a soviet union style propped up media. it's really grotesque. i appreciate you coming on. thanks a lot. coming up on this "hannity" special, will have an update on the shocking christmas day bombing in nashville and get reaction from johnny joey jones. stay with us.
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>> dan: welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." breaking snide, new disturbing details emerging about suspected nashvillchristmas day bomber any quinn warner. according to reports he told his neighbor before the attack of the world was "never going to forget him." here with the latest on the attack in the investigation is mike tobin. mike. >> dan, the neighbor that you were talking about says before christmas the man identified as the bomber, anthony warner, hinted that he was about to do something. >> he smiled and he said yes.
i'm going to be famous. nashville and the world is never going to forget me. >> metro nashville police revealing body cam video. subsequent video shows streets littered with debris and panic people who did not get out of the blast area and time. at least 41 businesses were damaged by the explosion. dam. >> dan: mike, thanks a lot. here with more on how law-enforcement's investigating the heartless christmas day attack, fox news contributor joey jones. joey, i appreciate you coming on and i want to acknowledge the heroism of everything you guys do. my prior line of worked i worked with explosive specialists like you and i found it incredible that their motto was "find or
function." find an explosive or function it while you're there. the bravery is incredible. >> thank you. when we support secret service, it's a fine or function mission. that's all there is left to do. our motto unofficially is initial success or total failure. i guess the loss of my legs show that there is a little gray area there. >> dan: you're a hero. i have enormous respect for you. i was watching a specialist flick on light switches once as a young secret service agent and i said what are you doing and he said i you got to find it or function it. that's pretty brave. i wanted to have you on. as you know unfortunately social media after tragedies like this, there's a lot of experts with air quotes. you are an actual expert. walk us through how this works. after one of these devices tragically goes off, can they reconstructed? find out what the explosive wasn't trace it back to a point of origin to hopefully prevent these things in the future?
>> yeah, there's a lot of men and women out there that have more experience with domestic bombs like this that i ever will but you do a post blast analysis. you start at the center of the explosion and work your way out on you follow the blast radius and the fragmentation radius. he will send shrapnel further than the blast and you look for parts, pieces, components, anything with the serial number. the idea that they charge and disintegrate everything is completely untrue. if there was any type of sophisticated components used, i guarantee they've already found pieces of them and they started to put this puzzle back together. they have years of experience and past cases to work on but a lot of it is kind of common sense. he looked for pieces and parts and if you can find one electronic component and understand begin for structure, look at the purchase history,
clue and quickly. as far as the type of explosive, there's a few theories. perhaps it was something like black powder or pyrotechnic or perhaps it was an explosive like ammonium nitrate. because there isn't of blast crater and there is more structural damage that we saw. it was what we call a hot explosion. the fireball was fast. >> i know that you've said that you've worked these overseas. there is some difference between what they do overseas and here but sadly some of this stuff is commercially available paired with troubled people, you can find this. some of the stuff you can go to the internet and figure out how to build these things. it's troubling, if you have someone disturbed enough to do this. >> you can go into a high school technology class and they have project boards and what you're learning to do is create complex or simple circuits that turn the
light bulb on or sound an alarm. unfortunately that technology, simple i as it is can be applied to setting up a bond. there are components prior to create but the bulk explosives in the initiation born are pretty easy. all we rely on is the amazing work of our federal and state and local law enforcement to prevent these things from happening and respond when they do and we sought work in nashville. amazing police work. >> dan: thanks a lot, joey. we really appreciated. thanks for your heroism. you have my respect always. more of this "hannity" special after the break. (kids laughing) (dog barking) ♪ sanctuary music
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