O'REILLY: OK, all right. Now, do you think President Obama is on your side? Is he on your side?
HANNAH: You know what? I -- I think it's difficult because politicians tend to listen more to the lobbyists and the multinational corporations.
O'REILLY: So he's a sell-out? You're saying the president is a sell-out? You voted for him.
HANNAH: I'm not -- I'm not -- I'm not saying that. You don't know who I voted for.
O'REILLY: I do so, Ms. Hannah. You're in that tree; they brought you a special ballot.
HANNAH: You're hilarious. No, you know what? I mean, I think that it's very challenging for politicians to do right by the U.S. citizens and that's what we are asking for.
O'REILLY: Well, I'm going to ask you -- you've got to be no spin, and I know you are -- is he selling you out? Is the president selling you out? Because he's going to sign this pipeline.
HANNAH: We will see. He better not sign this pipeline.
O'REILLY: He is.
HANNAH: There's going to be -- then you will see that the actions on the White House will be stepped up because if you look at any significant social movement in a historical context, the Suffragette Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, the Abolitionist Movement, they all require a certain amount of civil disobedience or civil resistance. And I think you're going to see more and more of this as the days go by if that's the case.
O'REILLY: All right, Ms. Hannah. You are always welcome here. We thank you very much for coming on in.
HANNAH: Thank you so much, Bill.
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