Sean Hannity sent Robert Mueller a message that will leave you speechless

Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against Donald Trump has dragged on for months.

But time is up.

Sean Hannity sent Mueller a message that will leave you speechless.

On a recent broadcast, Hannity delivered a firey monologue where he declared that the special counsel’s witch hunt against Trump was finished.



He referenced the memo put together by the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee that proved the investigation was fraud perpetrated by the Democrats.

The Hill reports:

“Fox News host Sean Hannity declared that the “witch hunt” against President Trump headed up by special counsel Robert Mueller is done in the wake of a memo circulating among lawmakers that reportedly details surveillance abuses by the U.S. government.

In the monologue of his show Thursday night, Hannity said that news of the memo, which has not yet been released publicly, was a major obstacle for Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

“I have a message tonight for the special counsel, Robert Mueller,” Hannity said, opening his show. “Your witch hunt is now over. Time to close the doors.”

Hannity said Thursday that Fox News’s sources point to the alleged abuses committed under the controversial Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act program are “far bigger” than Watergate, the scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon.

“Our sources are telling us that the abuse of power is far bigger than Watergate,” Hannity said. “Remember, Watergate was a third-rate break-in. What we’re talking about tonight is the systematic abuse of power, the weaponizing of those powerful tools of intelligence and the shredding of our Fourth Amendment, constitutional rights.”




Over 100 Congressional Republicans have viewed this memo.

And they are saying it exposes a scandal that is worse than Watergate.





The call to release the memo reached a fevered pitch on social media as it became one of the top tending topics on twitter.

But yet the memo is still buried in secret by the House of Representatives.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.