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BleachBit anyone? Libs LOSE IT when Hannity sarcastically suggests Mueller witnesses follow Hillary’s lead

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The sarcasm in Sean Hannity’s advice to witnesses in special counsel Robert Mueller‘s probe to “bash” their cellphones was conveniently lost on his critics.

The Fox News host was not actually condoning tampering with evidence during his monologue Wednesday, though triggered liberals quickly grabbed their pitchforks and torches.

But Hannity did have a very clear point to make about the Mueller “witch hunt” and the special counsel’s “pitbull” team.

Investigators in the probe are “demanding that witnesses turn in their phones,” he said. “Even texts that are on what are called encrypted apps, like Whatsapp or Signal.”

Hannity then made a comparison to Hillary Clinton’s private email server during her time as secretary of state and the FBI investigation it prompted.

“Maybe Mueller’s witnesses, I don’t know,” Hannity said, “if I advised them to follow Hillary Clinton’s lead, delete all your emails and then acid-wash your emails and hard drives on the phones, then take your phones and bash them with a hammer to little itsy bitsy pieces, use BleachBit, remove the sim cards.”

Hanity continued, saying, “then take the pieces and hand them over to Robert Mueller, and say, Hillary Rodham Clinton, this is equal justice under the law.”

The Fox News host was referring, of course, to the more than 30,000 emails of Clinton’s that were found to have been destroyed. Clinton claimed the emails were deleted as many of them were on personal and private matters.

“How do you think that would work out for everybody who Mueller’s demanding their phones of tonight?” Hannity asked.

“I’m certain the result would not be the same as Hillary’s,” arguing that Clinton could apparently get away with it but Trump’s allies can not.

Liberals immediately unleashed their attacks on Hannity, accusing him of coercing witnesses into destroying evidence. Democratic Coalition co-founder, Scott Dworkin – who credits himself with helping “uncover #TrumpRussia scandal” – even called for the Fox News host to be indicted.

Never mind that anyone with a mature thinking process could see that Hannity was just stirring people up with his sarcasm. Or even the fact that he clarified that he was joking during the same show.

“Mueller wants everyone’s cell phones. My advice to them, not really, kidding, bad advice, would be, follow Hillary’s lead. Delete them, acid wash them, bust them up, take out the SIM cards and say here Mr. Mueller, here,” Hannity said, “I’m following Hillary’s lead.”

Twitter users not so easily triggered found Hannity’s monologue and the liberal firestorm it created to be quite entertaining.

Frieda Powers


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