Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/show/sean-hannity-radio-recap-mar-12/
**DOUG COLLINS RELEASES ANOTHER TRANSCRIPT THIS TIME FEATURING – LISA PAGE
**CHEATING SCANDAL ROCKS THE EDUCATION WORLD, INVOLVES CELEBRITIES
**BORDER CRISIS GROWING WITH ICE AGENTS WEARY; DRUGS, CRIME & DISEASE RAMPANT
**LIBERAL NON-PROFIT GROUP HAS OVER 121 MILLION DOLLARS IN OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS
**BOEING PLANE GROUNDED, DEADLY CRASHES & MECHANICAL PROBLEMS INVESTIGATED
4:05 PM ET – Congressman Devin Nunes of California, Ranking Member of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) stops by to discuss the release of the transcripts of the closed-door hearing with Lisa Page.
4:30 PM ET – DC McAllister, co-author of the New York Times bestselling book Spygate with Dan Bongino, author of the upcoming book What Men Want to Say to Women, But Can’t. Denise has received violent and terrible threats based upon her position on the current state of our nation. DC believes that we should not be divided based upon race or gender, but by whether we are good people.
5:05 PM ET – Joe Concha, of the Hill, takes a look at the biased media and the talk on the mainstream networks now that Nancy Pelosi has made the brilliant conclusion that an impeachment process is not worthy of the American people’s time.
Asked Monday about the Democratic members who would chafe at Pelosi’s impeachment brush-off, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., assured: “We’ve got 62 new members. Not three.” On Tuesday, Hoyer acknowledged those three are “newsworthy,” but also said, “the distraction [from impeachment] would be major.”
For their part, the freshmen have argued they’re unfairly scrutinized, even likening the treatment to that experienced by Chisholm. Ocasio-Cortez told Fox News last week that the freshman Democratic women of color are “being treated [differently] and targeted.”
Looking ahead, some Democrats stress that it’s critical for the party to maintain focus.
“There’s always going to be distractions. It’s 435 people who are really their own boss, and they’re able to say whatever they want,” freshman Rep. Katie Hill, D-Calif., told “Fox News Sunday,” with regard to recent controversies in the caucus. “So, I think what we have to figure out what to do is to say, okay, this isn’t the views of everybody in Congress … but how do we maintain focus on our agenda as a whole?”