BILL O'REILLY (GUEST): And the final thing is -- and this is not only New York state, but across the country -- I don't think you're going to see a big minority African-American turnout in this midterm election. I think Black Americans are getting hurt worse than any other group because their incomes are lower. Therefore, inflation affects them more. I think they're gonna stay home. They're not gonna pull a lever for Herschel Walker in Georgia, but they're not gonna go and vote for his progressive opponent either. If the minority vote is suppressed in November, which doesn't show up on any polling, by the way, then it'll be a rout for the GOP.
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Bill O'Reilly. Very good analysis. I like when you're pissed off.