Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ last week, Sean weighed-in on the stunning new text messages between DOJ employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page; saying the “damning” communications could result in “criminal liability” against the anti-Trump officials.
“Newly obtained text messages between Strzok and Page are revealing damning new information,” said Hannity. “Strzok we find out is friends with a federal judge who sits on a FISA court. The romantically involved Trump-haters also messaged about attending a cocktail party with this judge.”
“The judge presided over the hearing where General Michael Flynn pleaded guilty about lying to the FBI,” he added.
“Peter Strzok knew the judge, and both he and Page wanted to attend a party with him. That is a massive conflict of interest. Engineering a meeting with a FISA judge under false pretenses could actually be obstruction and have other criminal liability,” said Sean.
“What is really inexcusable as that the Department of Justice fought like hell to keep this information secret. The DOJ never, ever wanted this stunning information to get out, they’ve been trying to hide it,” he added.
Watch Sean’s opening monologue above.