“The media mob pretends this is some kind of debunked story,” Hannity exclaimed. “No, nothing has been debunked by anybody!”
According to insiders, Hannity and the network’s right-wing opinion side have managed, as if by proxy, to influence the content of FoxNews.com, the channel’s website.
“I thought Democrats told us that we like whistle-blowers. You’re saying these people can’t talk because they’re going to lose their job. I would think they’d get protection.”
They built a huge outrage machine. Then some of them tried to be real news people for five minutes, and now the outrage machine is outraged at them.
“He was the incoming national security adviser, and all we heard about from the fake news, fraudulent media mob was this could be a violation of the Logan Act,” Hannity fumed.
Anchor Eric Shawn said the “claims from the president about that is not true—it is false.”
“Any precinct, any precinct that we were not able to observe, strip those votes out. Do not count them. Because they are by definition corrupt,” Newt exclaimed at one point.