I’ll bet Sean Hannity is really, really ticked off at Mark Meadows right now for sharing those January 6th texts with the committee.
You may recall that Meadows provided the January 6th committee with texts from Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Brian Kilmeade pleading with Meadows to get Donald Trump to call off the attack on the Capitol.
“Can he make a statement, ask people to leave the Capitol?” Sean Hannity urged.
That evening, Hannity spun the attack by suggesting liberals had committed the violence.
“I think you’ll see an announcement about that very soon,” Schiff said, adding that it is “my understanding” that the committee is seeking Hannity’s voluntary cooperation.
But I don’t expect Hannity will cooperate. From Axios:
Jay Sekulow, counsel to Sean Hannity, told Axios, “If true, any such request would raise serious constitutional issues including First Amendment concerns regarding freedom of the press.”
Hannity will probably be polishing up his martyr halo just as soon as he finishes polishing up his beloved Trump’s. But if there's now a rift with Meadows, Trump's former chief of staff - well, in the immortal words of Hannity's beloved: Sad!
(Hannity image via screen grab)
Don’t they believe their Dear Leader would’ve jumped at the chance to bulldoze them if they had been and made all their dreams come true? But he didn’t. Why? Because they weren’t the ones there. Yet they still believe…
Hanniepie does not want to testify before the Jan. 6 Committee. The old hawk risks damaging his brand name which could lead to sponsors, friends, and associates abandoning him.
Coming down the pipeline:
1. Hanniepie will try to wiggle his way from testifying.
2. The Heels would be forced to make a difficult decision.
3. Associates and friends begin their distancing from Hanniepie.
4. The children are embarrassed.
5. A major surprise awaits Pie’s listeners and viewers.
NOTE TO HANNITY
Birds in a cage sing loudly in the wind. LOLOLOLOL