Sean Hannity BLOWS SCANDAL WIDE OPEN: ‘Biggest Scandal in Political History…’

During his show on Tuesday night, Fox News host Sean Hannity called on White House special counsel Robert Mueller to resign from his post, citing “conflicts of interest” during the time the Uranium One deal was approved.

Hannity explained that as FBI head at the time of the deal, Mueller led a bureau that “clearly had the information” that called into question whether illicit or unethical activity was involved in the arrangement. The host added that there was evidence of “corruption and bribery” involved in the deal, which allowed Vladimir Putin to take ownership of 20 percent of American uranium.

Hannity went so far as to say that Mueller “should resign immediately tonight” because his role as FBI director presents a “conflict of interest” in his investigation, which is looking into collusion between American actors and Russia.

“There’s no way the American people can trust Robert Mueller to investigate anything Russia related,” Hannity said.

The Fox News host went on to question the roles of current Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who was in charge of the investigation into the deal at the time. He said that Rosenstein and then-Attorney General Eric Holder should be officially be questioned by Congress about this.

“How is it possible that they never recognized that giving Vladimir Putin 20 percent of our uranium was a good idea?” Hannity asked.

During his Tuesday night show, Hannity also addressed the retirement of Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), slamming him by saying he “completely failed to deliver on his promise” he and his party made to the American people. Flake announced his retirement earlier in the day by giving a lengthy Donald Trump-bashing speech on the House floor.

Hannity responded by listing several Republican senators, including Flake, who he said have obstructed Trump’s – and thereby the voters’ – agenda.

“These guys have accomplished nothing… and are trying to be martyrs in the process,” the Fox News host said of Flake, Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), John McCain (R-Ariz.), John Cornyn (R-Texas), Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Susan Collins (R-Maine).

“Good riddance, happy trails, don’t let the door hit you on the way out of town,” he said of Flake and Corker, who are both retiring.

What do you think about what Hannity had to say last night? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

2 COMMENTS

  1. As usual, Hannity is right on target! I live in Arizona and between Flakey Flake and Songbird McCain, i fell i have no Republican Congress people I can go to. i was thrilled to hear Flake was quitting the race, and his excuse is a lie, he is very low in the poles. he has done nothing for anyone during his terms in office. I also agree that Meuller needs to be removed from this witch hunt he is on. Everything points directly at Hillary with the backing of Obama and Comey. Keep up the good work Sean, we deplorables count on you for the truth!

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