Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Thursday night, Sean weighed-in on recently resurfaced posts from the so-called whistleblower’s attorney; saying the lawyer has been plotting a “coup” since the first days of Trump’s presidency.
“We now have more damning evidence that the so-called whistleblower’s attorney is nothing more than a Deep State, hate-trump, political hitman,” said Hannity. “He’s a hyper-partisan, deranged operative from the swamp in DC.”
“He’s been plotting this coup since day one,” he added.
Watch Hannity’s opening monologue above.
FORGET FREE SPEECH? Kamala Harris Asks Twitter to Suspend President Trump’s Account
Desperate 2020 presidential candidate Kamala Harris called for the suspension of President Trump’s Twitter account this week; asking the social media platform’s CEO to remove the Commander-in-Chief’s comments.
“In a letter to Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, Harris, a presidential candidate, pointed to a series of tweets from the president referring to the whistleblower who filed a complaint about Trump’s July 25 call with the president of Ukraine,” reports CNBC.
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) October 2, 2019
“Hey, @jack. Time to do something about this,” she Tweeted.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) October 2, 2019
“I believe the President’s recent tweets rise to the level that Twitter should consider suspending his account,” Harris wrote. “Others have had their accounts suspended for less offensive behavior. And when this kind of abuse is being spewed from the most powerful office in the United States, the stakes are too high to do nothing.”
Read the full report here.
GOWDY ON WHISTLEBLOWER: You Can’t Use ‘Anonymous Sources’ in the Courtroom
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy stopped by ‘Hannity’ Monday night to weigh-in on the media’s latest attack on President Trump; saying he could never use “anonymous sources in a courtroom.”
“Congressman, walk me through this,” said Hannity, referring to the Democrats’ recent obsession with Trump’s private phone call with the President of Ukraine.
“No offense to reporters, but I couldn’t use anonymous sources in a courtroom, every witness I called was cross-examined. The reporters do whatever it is they do; I need to eyeball the witness and judge their credibility,” said Gowdy.
“If you’re going to investigate one fact pattern, you have to investigate a nearly identical fact pattern. What they don’t like is the duplicity of always looking at Republicans but having the tendency to ignore [Democrats],” he added.
Watch Trey Gowdy on ‘Hannity’ above.