Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Monday night, Sean slammed the New York Times; saying recent leaks show the unbelievable level of political bias against President Trump since his campaign kick-off just a few years ago.
“So much of the media is simply an extension of the Democratic Party. They are on team coordinating the same political messages, they even use the same words. It’s on display more than ever after the leak of a recent New York Times employee… The paper’s leadership came clean about how anti-Trump their agenda really is,” said Hannity.
“Their credibility is in crisis, they don’t even have any credibility… The Times is now admitting that they went all-in on the collusion delusion. They spent years pushing their conspiracy theories, all to help the Democrats, and they failed miserably,” he added.
The New York Times found themselves in hot-water last month after abruptly yielding to far-left pressure on social media; altering a major headline following President Trump’s address to the nation after two mass shootings.
Tomorrow's NYT print edition.
Not sure "TRUMP URGES UNITY VS. RACISM" is how I would have framed the story. pic.twitter.com/quOibXsp32
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) August 6, 2019
CASHIN’ IN: Women’s World Cup Star Megan Rapinoe Scores a Major Book Deal
Women’s soccer star and anti-Trump crusader Megan Rapinoe signed a major book deal this week; making national headlines weeks ago by refusing to meet the President of the United States and protesting the US anthem.
“Now, Ms. Rapinoe, a captain of the United States women’s soccer team, will transfer that message into a book. The untitled project, acquired by Penguin Press and expected to be out in fall 2020, will include anecdotes from Ms. Rapinoe’s life, said the Penguin Press president and editor in chief Ann Godoff, who made the deal, but its message will go beyond sports,” reports the New York Times.
“A lot of women, great women soccer players, have written memoirs,” Ms. Godoff said. “Megan has a different platform.”
“She’s just operating from this very honest and straightforward and ‘This is who I am’ place,” she added. “I think that’s what many people aspire to.”
US Women’s Soccer Star Megan Rapinoe publicly protested the US national anthem during last month’s victory parade in New York City; refusing to salute the flag as a member of the NYPD sang the ‘Star-Spangled Banner.’
The controversial athlete unloaded on President Trump during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper Tuesday night; saying the Commander-in-Chief was excluding minorities and other groups with his ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan.
“Protest is not comfortable, ever,” Rapinoe told Cooper. “It’s going to make people uncomfortable, it’s going to cause people to look inwards and question everything they thought that they knew.”
Read the full report at the New York Times.
DERSHOWITZ ON HANNITY: Democrats Are Putting Themselves ‘ABOVE THE LAW’ on Impeachment Push
Attorney and legal analyst Alan Dershowitz spoke with Sean Hannity Wednesday night on the Democrats’ unconstitutional push to impeach President Trump; saying any move to remove him from office would be putting themselves “above the law.”
“Fox has always had a much more diverse approach. Nobody has ever told me what to say on this show or any other show. I stand up for civil liberties no matter who the president is… Congress cannot impeach President Trump, if they did, they would be putting themselves above the law,” said Dershowitz.
“The Constitution outlines what requires impeachment: Treason, bribery, high-crimes and misdemeanors. Unless there’s compelling evidence of that, impeachment is not constitutionally permissible,” he added.
The New York Times published a “draft” Articles of Impeachment against President Trump days ago; mocking up a document that could be used as a roadmap for Congressional Democrats should they attempt to remove the President from office.
“Calls for President Trump’s impeachment are getting louder. Since the release of Robert Mueller’s report, White House stonewalling of congressional subpoenas and Mr. Mueller’s first public comments, almost 60 House Democrats, a quarter of the caucus, have said they support an impeachment inquiry,” writes the New York Times.
“What might impeachment articles against Mr. Trump look like? To find out, we reviewed the articles of impeachment drawn up against Richard Nixon in 1974 and Bill Clinton in 1998. Then we edited them — by removing and adding passages — to match the president’s conduct as described in the Mueller report and elsewhere,” adds the author.
Read the first section below:
The Russian government engaged in a sophisticated campaign to influence the 2016 presidential election. On June 17, 1972, and prior thereto, agents of the Committee for the Re-election of the President committed unlawful entry of the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee in Washington, District of Columbia, for the purpose of securing political intelligence.May 17, 2017, a special counsel was appointed to investigate Russian interference, including any links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump campaign. The special counsel was also given “the authority to investigate and prosecute federal crimes committed in the course of, and with intent to interfere with, the special counsel’s investigation, such as perjury, obstruction of justice, destruction of evidence, and intimidation of witnesses.” Subsequent thereto, Richard M. NixonDonald J. Trump, using the powers of his high office, engaged personally and through his close subordinates and agents, in a course of conduct or plan designed to delay, impede and obstruct the investigation of such illegal entryRussian contacts and potential obstruction of justice; to cover up, conceal and protect those responsible; and to conceal the existence and scope of other unlawful covert activities.