Taking Back Our Stolen History
Hannity, Sean
Hannity, Sean

Hannity, Sean

(born Dec. 30, 1961) is a RINO talk show host and television host of Fox News’s show Hannity, as well as host of the former Hannity’s America. He is generally a neoconservative warmonger on foreign policy, denied that the 2020 election was stolen and told then President Trump to “stop the stolen election talk” and suggested he pardon Hunter Biden, smeared J6 peaceful Trump supporters, and launched a full frontal attack on Lauren Boebert for not supporting RINO Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House. Liberals strongly oppose Hannity[2] because he mostly contradicts their favored narratives.[3] He was among the first on any network to use his program to host a discussion of the pandemic by Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.[4] According to Newsweek (Newsweek, April 27, 2007, p. 29), Hannity was reaching approximately 12.5 million radio listeners each day, second only to Rush Limbaugh.

Hannity spent 2019 and 2020 telling the American public that “indictments were coming soon” over the Russia Hoax and then stayed mum when the outcome that he had personally vouched for actually turned out to be a hoax itself.

2020 Election Fraud

He texted White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on January 7th to say that it was time to give up on fighting the stolen election. (Here’s the entire letter from the January 6th Committee to Ivanka Trump if you want to read it.) No, I’m not kidding. Hannity was telling White House officials in private the exact opposite of what he was telling his TV audience in public:

“1- No more stolen election talk”

“2- Yes, impeachment and the 25th amendment are real and many people will quit…”

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany reportedly responded to this message with: “Love that. Thank you. That is the playbook. I will help reinforce….”

So let’s summarize: Sean Hannity was telling the White House Press Secretary what to do. And what was he telling her? He was telling her to surrender. It was time to pack it in and give up. Does that sound right to you? Hannity, who is all blood and thunder on his show, was acting as the ringleader of the “Trump should quit” brigade on January 7th.

Does this surprise you? It should. It certainly shocked me.

Hannity also texted McEnany that it was “key” to keep President Trump away from certain people, writing, “No more crazy people.” McEnany responded to this text by saying: “Yes, 100%.”

Who were these “crazy people” who Hannity considered such a problem? One can only assume that he was referring to the prominent group of lawyers and military leaders who were still contesting the stolen election at Trump’s behest: people like Sidney Powell, Rudy Guiliani, and General Michael Flynn who were invited to discuss post-election strategy by President Trump at the White House in December. (These people were all blacklisted, at various times, from appearing on Fox News too.)

And that’s the main point: President Trump himself wanted to contest the fraudulent election results and Hannity did not. Was it really necessary for Hannity to intervene and contact White House officials to contradict President Trump with his own staff? Does that sound like something Sean Hannity should be doing?

Let’s add another layer of intrigue to this surreal situation: Hannity’s employer Fox News had been caught red-handed by the American public calling the 2020 election results early for Joe Biden in Arizona two months earlier. Their ratings had tanked dramatically: half of their audience disappeared almost overnight. There was widespread panic inside Fox News as its employees realized they had just played Russian Roulette with their credibility and lost. It was in this charged atmosphere that Hannity started texting Trump’s staff to convince them that “stolen election talk” had to be silenced.

Hannity’s texts were explicit on this score: “Guys, we have a clear path to land the plane in 9 days. He can’t mention the election again. Ever. I did not have a good call with him today. And worse, I’m not sure what is left to do or say, and I don’t like not knowing if it’s truly understood. Ideas?” This is Sean Hannity himself admitting that President Trump did not agree with Hannity’s assessment of the election and that Hannity was persuading Trump’s own staff to break with him essentially.

Why was Hannity telling President Trump that he could “never mention the election again” privately while he was hollering about election fraud on his Fox show every night? It looks like Hannity was pandering to his audience on TV while, simultaneously and privately, he was dismissing “stolen election talk” to important White House officials.

Why was Hannity undermining President Trump so much when it counted in January? The obvious question that must be asked: was this merely Sean Hannity’s personal opinion sent out unsolicited to White House officials who didn’t answer to him — or was Hannity using his influence to help Fox News bring about their desired election result by persuading Trump’s own staff to concede defeat to Joe Biden? That would be truly diabolical — but it cannot be dismissed out of hand. For one thing: we have Hannity’s texts.

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Congressman Todd Akin was the Republican Party nominee for one of the most-watched races for the U.S. Senate in 2012. He had represented a portion of the greater St. Louis, Missouri area in the House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013 (Missouri’s 2nd congressional district).

On August 19, 2012, in a local television interview with KTVI, Akin rejected a suggestion that there should be a broad rape exception to limits on abortion. He distinguished between an actual rape and a false allegation of rape by referring to the former as a “legitimate rape,” terminology that the liberal media then unfairly took out of context to engage in demagoguery against him.

Hannity claimed that Akin should consider withdrawing from the Senate race: “I think there is one political reality that I think has to be faced by you and your campaign … Democrats now have a ton of ammunition and they are now going to try to use these remarks to hurt everybody they can. And if I was put in that position, I would at least be thinking about what is in the best interest of the party.”[5]

True conservatives stood with principle and defended Akin’s remarks, and his right to remain in the race.[6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14]

Hannity showed himself to be a RINO backer through his actions.

In 2017, Hannity similarly damaged the Roy Moore U.S. Senate campaign in Alabama when he scolded the former state chief justice for failure to defend himself adequately in regard to allegations of sexual abuse that surfaced in the campaign. Moore then lost the race to the liberal Democrat Doug Jones, and the GOP Senate majority slipped from 52 to 51.

Hannity has also received criticism for his involvement with the Freedom Alliance charity and the associated Freedom Concerts that he has hosted for the charity since 2003. The concerts are held to raise money to give to severely injured U.S. soldiers or as scholarships for the children of slain or injured soldiers. Through 2008, less than 20% of revenues raised by the Freedom Alliance have actually gone to these causes (and as low as 3.7% in 2006), according to IRS Form 990 tax data.[22] This was widely reported by Debbie Schlussel, a conservative commentator and blogger, and Schlussel has also made corroborated accusations that hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent by the Freedom Alliance for each concert to accommodate Hannity and his friends and family.[23] Hannity has been accused of taking advantage of the charitable nature of conservative, patriotic Americans.

Sean Hannity was taken off-guard on March 17th 2021, during a commercial break, and got busted hitting his Juul e-cigarette.

Early Career

The youngest of four children, Hannity was born in New York City to Irish immigrants. He dropped out of college to embark on a radio career, and in 1988 was at a small-town station of WVNN in Huntsville, Alabama. He later broke into a Top 10 market in Atlanta, Georgia, at 640 AM WGST. His national recognition came as an occasional substitute host on the top rated The Rush Limbaugh Show. Allegedly on his first guest show, he dropped the golden EIB microphone because of a case of high nerves. The attention gained from substitute-hosting the show paved his way to national syndication.

Sean Hannity was asked to join the newly formed Fox News Channel (FNC) in September 1996.[15] He accepted the offer and became co-host with liberal Alan Colmes of Hannity and Colmes, a prime-time one-hour debate-driven talk show focusing on the controversial issues and newsmakers of the day.[15] January 9, 2009, was the final show of Hannity & Colmes, replaced the following week with Hannity’s solo, self-titled show Hannity. Hannity and Colmes ranked among the leading cable TV news shows (just behind CNN’s Larry King Live and FOX’s O’Reilly Factor). Hannity also has a weekend show on Fox News, Hannity’s America.

In September 2017, Hannity’s show was moved to the 9 pm EDT time slot, putting him in direct competition with left-wing MSNBC host Rachel Maddow. In his first week in competition with her, Hannity received much higher ratings than her, despite her rise in ratings prior to that in 2017.[16][17][18] Not only has Hannity consistently ranked #1 on cable television, but some days, such as during his coverage of President Trump’s summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, he has ranked #1 out of every television show whatsoever.[19]


  • https://www.conservapedia.com/Sean_Hannity
  • https://emeralddb3.substack.com/p/what-happened-to-hannity
  • https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/590650-hannity-after-jan-6-texted-mcenany-no-more-stolen-election-talk-in/