As details revealed in the recently-released Mueller Report continue to plague the White House, far-Right Fox News host Sean Hannity kept the network's viewers safely insulated from reality by honing in on a familiar target: Hillary Clinton.
That's right: in the Year of Our Lord 2019, Sean Hannity is still on Fox News railing about emails and an FBI investigation that concluded over two years ago.
"We need top-to-bottom, killer defense procedures against these hackers. That's why Hillary Clinton's email server is a real threat to our safety and security...This was all weaponized in the press, inside the Deep State to bludgeon Donald Trump...It's time to investigate the investigators. That means Hillary Clinton and the fact that that investigation was rigged."
It's been over five years since Hillary Clinton held public office.
What's more, as Hannity stresses the need for "top-to-bottom, killer defense procedures against these hackers," he doesn't acknowledge that President Donald Trump was hesitant to even admit that Russian entities acted to sway the 2016 presidential election in his favor.
People were fed up with Hannity yet again invoking Clinton's emails.
However, Trump's White House is less than exemplary when it comes to cybersecurity. The President resisted complying with phone security procedures. The president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, used WhatsApp to communicate with foreign officials. Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter, used a personal email to conduct government business.
Hannity forgot to mention all of that, but there were plenty who reminded him.
Sean seemed to let that slide.