. Sean Hannity did not feel like celebrating the news The Special Lawyer found no vote in the 2016 presidential election between Donald Trump and Russia. Instead, he got angry. There were no collusion, no disabilities, no conspiracy, he said, just as he had been telling his listeners the whole time.
"You should be angry about what happened here," Hannity said. "All of America – I'm mad, and so should the rest of the country be above what happened."
While Monday was the occasion for the achievement of some Republican legislators and Trump ally, Hannity was with the Prime Minister of the Case The Fox News time hosts approached the end of 22 months of investigations by Robert S. Mueller III, a special advocate, with anger and rage against Democratic lawmakers, intelligence officials, liberals, and the media. Their message reflected President Trump's own plan to seek "criticism and revenge" from critics, as Ashley Parker and Josh Dawsey reported in the Washington Post, even as the Democrats pleaded for a full publication of the Mueller report, claiming the president was through
"This must be a day for the media, for the deep state, for the people who abuse power, and they have made it so blatant in this country," Hannity said. "If we do not do it right, if we do not hold these people accountable, I promise you, with all the love I can muster for this land and our future for our children and grandchildren, we will lose the biggest land that God ever has We will lose it. "
Over the course of his over 25-minute monologue, Hannity was dressed in a blue suit, a red and white tie, and an FBI pin, which he said was given to him by one Accused agents, the Democrats and Trump's opponents, in particular former FBI director James B. Comey and the chairman of the US intelligence committee, Adam B. Schiff (D-CA), that he had lied to the public.
"We will "Any propagandist, every conspiracy theorist is accountable," Hannity promised.
The same was true for the media, he said, pointing to the headlines of The Washington Post, Atlantic and Vox points out that he considered wrong or unfair cable news competitors CNN and MSNBC playing past clips of hosts and experts talking about po's Russian collusion. Hannity called these outlets "hate-trump media mob" and called Rachel Maddow of MSNBC, who, as he said, "sold a conspiracy theory night after night."
"Journalism, I told you in 2007 dead, it's buried and it's not something I said easily," Hannity said. "They've earned their terrible reputation."
Like Paul Farhi of The According to Post, the summary of Mueller's findings by Attorney General William P. Barr was a thunderbolt to the mainstream media who emphasized the story that Trump may have worked with Russia, particularly for the cable news networks CNN and MSNBC Hundreds of hours dedicated to this topic Despite the setback by the president, the national outlets are largely to their coverage.
In a dizzying demonstration in recent years Hannity tore off a series of stories in which the media too fast were judges, with issues raised by the police deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. and Freddie Gray in Baltimore, to allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court judges, Brett M. Kavanaugh, and Jussie Smollett's allegation of a hate crime in Chicago. The host later welcomed Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president's attorney, who recently argued with CNN's Chris Cuomo that the network should apologize for "torturing" Trump for the past two years.
Hannity also took the time to praise many in conservative or right-wing media – talk radio presenters Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin and the crew of "Fox & Friends," to name just a few – because they're "brave are logical, independent thinkers who stand alone. "
" There would have been no one who pleads for the truth, who would have discovered the greatest abuse of power and scandal in our history, "Hannity said.
Hannity introduced Tucker Carlson, In addition to this, starting with Kavanaugh and other stories that the media supposedly should judge too quickly, the question was asked why the Liberals were allegedly relieved that the President was not an "agent of a foreign country." The concept did not let Carlson confused but disgusted 196590 15] "They do not celebrate for their country, they are not grateful," said Carlson, "they are more furious than ever."
Carlson, who credited those who believed that Trump or his campaign worked with Russia to those who said that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction, welcomed Donald Trump Jr., an important player in the lawyer's Special Investigation. An important part of the case was the meeting of Trump Jr. in June 2016 with a Russian lawyer who promised Hillary Clinton filth. The charges of Russian collusion made against him and his father described as "a stain in our constitution," said the oldest child of the president, he was optimistic about what his father could do now, after the investigation of the Special Representative was completed ,
Father did amazing things with all that stuff, with that cloud over his head, "said Trump Jr." Imagine what he could do if you let him do his thing? " Then he advised those who still refused to "sit out here" and "jump into the Trump train" Dobbs called Monday "a great day, a great day in America," referring to a graphic with the inscription "Vindicated & Exonerated". The graph was consistent with the President's statement that the report described the report's findings as "complete relief". Indeed, Barr stated in his summary: "Although this report does not conclude that the president has committed a crime, he does not relieve him. Democrats urge that Barr testify and demand a full accounting of evidence in the special action Lawyer's Investigations Are Released Although the president is not being charged with Russian collusion, almost every aspect of Trump's career is still state-owned
Nevertheless, Dobbs was delighted with the president's opponents "It seems like it is writhing in pain today in the bright light of truth."
"The president has prevailed against the evil forces Dobbs said,
At the start of Laura Ingraham's grinning host's show, Hannity wondered how "the meaning of life after the Mueller report" might look like a network that claims it Trump disproves that the whole case was a "witch hunt."
"What will we do with a The time we have, Hannity? "She'll ask her coworker at Fox News."
"We'll get to the bottom of that," Hannity replied.
Although Ingraham repeated the subject of "payroll" at night, she also took the time to do the programming "He should use this moment as an opportunity to reset and resume his presidency," she said, with the graphic that she considered "high-speed" as a topic of conversation "Secure border", "finding and deporting illegals with relocation orders" and "winning over America."
She closed the segment that reminded Trump as if she was interested in speaking directly to him that he was charming and how he then had to show his heart to the Americans, then offered Trump a 2020 advice that had stayed in a new and unclear Post-Müller landscape.
"Well, if you're talking about G loating, you will not be re-elected and also the Müller report will not be displayed, "she advised," but your record of success, properly framed and explained, will. Which is perhaps the best calculation of all.