Politics

Sean Hannity Radio Recap: Mar 26

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.27.19

**SHOCKING UPDATE – JUSTIN SMOLLETT CLEARED OF ALL CHARGES – WHY?
**QUESTIONS RAISED ABOUT WHO MAY HAVE INFLUENCED THE CHICAGO STATE’S ATTORNEY
**CONNECTIONS BETWEEN KIM FOXX AND FORMER OBAMA STAFFER TINA TCHEN?
**MUELLER FALLOUT CONTINUES WITH SHAMELESS DEMOCRATS HOLDING ON TO NOTHING
**HOUSE FAILS TO VOTE AGAINST THE PRESIDENT’S VETO ON NATIONAL EMERGENCY

4:05 PM ET – House Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina and House Freedom Caucus Member Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, are here to talk about the efforts of the left and the Mueller probe, and what happens now that it is over.

“If the Democrats are going to call for all that to be released, then they should call for everything to be released,” Jordan said during an appearance on ABC’s “This Week.”

Jordan specifically demanded the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act application on former Trump aide Carter Page, “302” summaries from the FBI, and any information on briefings lawmakers received on the counterintelligence investigation into President Trump.

“We have asked for that information to be made public a long time ago,” he said.

Jordan added that he does not think that Mueller’s report will be the “bombshell” that some Democrats are hoping for.

4:30 PM ET – Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and Author of The Russia Hoax, which was just released in paperback and David Schoen, Criminal Defense & Civil Liberties attorney, discuss the report by Attorney General Barr and the left’s inability to admit their many mistakes throughout this investigation. From John Brennan to James Comey to the MSM, there was no shortage of people lying to misdirect the American public. From Gregg’s article on the report:
I suspect Mueller ducked his obligation to render a decision on obstruction and inserted the “exonerate” language in his report so that rabid Democrats in Congress would take up the anti-Trump cause as a pretext for impeachment proceedings.

Sure enough, within minutes of Barr’s letter, House Judiciary Chairman Jerold Nadler, D-N.Y., commenced the obstruction-impeachment battle when he tweeted, “In light of the very concerning discrepancies and final decision making at the Justice Department following the Special Counsel report, where Mueller did not exonerate the President, we will be calling Attorney General Barr in to testify before the House Judiciary in the near future.”

The Russia Hoax begat the Witch Hunt… and Mueller has seen to it that the Witch Hunt is far from over.

5:05 PM ET – Donald Trump Jr., is here to talk about the exoneration of his father, President Trump.

Donald Trump Jr. on Monday called Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation and allegations that President Trump colluded with Russia a massive farce on democracy, and accused Democrats and the media of perpetuating a false narrative.

“This was the greatest farce ever perpetrated on our democracy. It’s a disgrace and it’s a stain on our Constitution,” Trump Jr. said on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” He called for the FBI investigators and those behind the anti-Trump dossier to be investigated themselves.

Attorney General William Barr released a four-page summary of Mueller’s report concluding there was no proof of collusion between the president and Russia.

5:30 PM ET Carter Page – businessman and target of the Mueller gang, is part of the “I told you so crowd” as Republicans take a victory lap and begins to discuss how he will take his life back and who needs to pay for the pain and suffering they have caused him; much like so many others as the bridge to nowhere crumbled with no evidence and no collusion.

Carter Page is speaking out for the first time in the wake of special counsel Robert Mueller’s finding that nobody on the Trump campaign conspired with Russia during the 2016 election.

Page was Prime Suspect #1 in the government’s collusion investigation. He was a target of illegal government leaks to the media.

But Page said he was “not even slightly” worried he would face indictments by Mueller.

Carter Page insists he was never worried about being indicted in the special counsel’s probe, which ended on Sunday with more of a whimper than a bang.