During a powerful opening monologue Friday night in the wake of the release of the Nunes memo, Fox News host Sean Hannity made his case for an end to a Robert Mueller investigation that was clearly built on a “house of cards.”
Hannity called the FISA surveillance memo the “biggest case of abuse of power in U.S. history,” because it relied on the salacious DNC and Clinton campaign-obtained “Trump dossier” as justification.
Not only was the dossier funded by the Democrats, but it was put together by a man, Christopher Steele, who hated Donald Trump and was “passionate about him not being elected president.”
Despite the fact that the memo was admittedly unsubstantiated, “they still presented it to a FISA court to get a warrant to spy on an opposition candidate when one candidate paid for those lies,” the Fox News host said.
All of which proves that Robert Mueller’s investigation was based on a false premise and “needs to be shut down immediately.”
“The FBI misled and purposefully deceived a federal court while using an unverified, completely phony opposition research bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton to spy on an opposition campaign during a presidential election, all to help a candidate out, all to mislead the American people,” Hannity said.
“That type of abuse of power, that type of corruption, that shredding of the Constitution, it is unprecedented in American history,” he continued, adding that the FISA laws “have been abused literally to surveil on an opposition campaign to undermine later a duly elected president. We have never, ever in history seen anything like this.”
Not only should former FBI Director James Comey, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and others be investigated and prosecuted “to the fullest extent of the law,” Hannity said, but the underlying basis of Mueller’s investigation should be questioned as well.
“The entire foundation of [Robert Mueller’s investigation] has been built on lies,” the Fox News host said. “And built on a phony fake news dossier that was funded by Hillary Clinton.”
“Had this never happened, there would be no Robert Mueller. It is so obvious that the special counsel needs to be shut down immediately,” he argued.
According to Hannity, Mueller’s investigation “is and has been a witch hunt from the very beginning. It was built on a house of cards and it is now crashing down.”
“If we care about the Constitution,” he said, “if we believe in civil liberties, if we believe in those protections, then the special counsel must be disbanded immediately.”
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