Fox News host Sean Hannity made some big claims on his show on Tuesday, prompting many to ask if it’s too good to be true.
Following the Robert Mueller Special Counsel flop, Americans turned their attention to the Inspector General’s investigation of potential abuses of power and corruption that led to the Russia debacle in the first place. According to Hannity, that probe is yielding some very consequential fruit that will have some very serious repercussions.
“My sources are telling me… At the end of this investigation, my sources are telling me today and tonight, everything that we have been telling our viewers, by say no later than the fall, it’s all going to be revealed to the American people,” Hannity said.
The Fox News anchor urged patience from his viewers who are anxious for answers on what they believe has been a witch-hunt to oust Trump.
“I know for some of you this is taking a long time. I know the wheels of justice sometimes move slowly. The issue of Mueller is gone, done and finished. The issue of the abuse of power and corruption is not only just started, they are deep into discovering the things that we have told you on this program. Every one of them will be proven to be true. Every single solitary report.”
Those claims might sound grandiose, but Hannity wasn’t about to back down as soon as making them. Later on in his show, he reiterated that the report revealed at the end of this months-long investigation is going to “shock the conscience of a nation.”
“I have my sources confirming to me tonight at very high levels. And by the way, it’s not Trump,” Hannity confirmed. “I have high-level sources telling me tonight, that by the time that Attorney Durham is done with his job, and the Attorney General is done with his job, and the investigation is complete adding into it Inspector General Horowitz, it will shock the conscience of a nation. That is a quote.”
If this report is as big as Hannity promises – provided he’s not overplaying his hand – then we may see more federal corruption revealed than at any other time in history, including Watergate.
During the Mueller hearings, many Republicans wanted to know the origins of the investigation that had captured the imaginations of millions of Americans. According to Mueller – who was of little to no help when it came to revealing any more than what his report had already revealed – that particular event was currently under investigation. While the former Special Counsel Director was unable to speak to the origins of the investigation he oversaw, his report revealed more with what it didn’t say than what it did. For instance, nowhere in the 448-page report was Glenn Simpson of FusionGPS mentioned, the company with ties to the falsified Steele dossier. It also failed to mention any relationship that Simpson may have had with then-candidate Hillary Clinton.
So while Hannity’s claims might seem a little too good to be true, the consequences if they are accurate will be absolutely monumental.
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