Sean Hannity went on TV and told one truth about impeachment that has Democrats nervous
The Democrats are now setting their sights on Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Multiple witnesses testified to Hannity’s involvement in the phony Ukraine scandal.
But Sean Hannity went on TV and told one truth about impeachment that has Democrats nervous.
State Department official David Hale was among the multiple Deep State operators that testified that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Sean Hannity and asked him to back off attacking Obama loyalist and former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
This cabal of anti-Trump partisans implied Hannity was part of a smear campaign to eliminate the one obstacle keeping the President from pressuring Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden by withholding supposedly much needed military aid.
The Hollywood Reporter writes:
On Monday night, the House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released the sworn testimony of Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale.
Hale testified about a call that was purportedly made by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Hannity regarding his commentary about Ukraine and former U.S. ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
“I understood that he did call Sean Hannity,” Hale said of Pompeo. “You understood the Secretary called Sean Hannity?” the investigator asked. “Yes.”
When asked what Pompeo conveyed to Hannity, Hale said, “What the secretary had consistently been saying, which is: If there are these allegations, I need to see what the evidence is.”
Hannity shot back by accusing Hale of lying.
“How many times do I have to say? We barely mentioned this woman,” he said on the air, referring to Yovanovitch.
“No,” Hannity said during the Monday night broadcast of his Fox News program, “I never got a call from Secretary Pompeo or anything else. Why would they lie about this?”
These supposedly “nonpartisan” State Department officials fabricating a story about Sean Hannity leads many Americans to wonder what else they are lying about.