Fox News host Sean Hannity has jumped on Trump’s bandwagon of North Korea scare mongering, hyping the threat posed by the hermit state and its nuclear programme.
“Evil in our time must be recognized for what it is,” Hannity said. “You cannot appease, you cannot capitulate to evil radicals and rogue dictatorships,” he chided his audience.
Hannity’s one sided monologues need some explaining.
Devin Nunes complained when journalists questioned him in March about the phone calls between Michael Flynn and Sergei Kislyak, threatening to investigate reporters who talk to Russian embassy.
“Look, I’m sure some of you are in contact with the Russian Embassy,” Nunes told journalists. “So be careful what you ask for here. … Do you want us to conduct an investigation on you or other Americans because you were talking to the Russian Embassy? I just think we need to be careful.”
Maybe Nunes knew more than we realized at the time. Maybe there were American journalists secretly talking to the Russian embassy to coordinate media coverage? Maybe one of them is Sean Hannity, who repeats all the talking points of RT and Russian media?