Sean Hannity: Deep Deep State

Don’t let that all American smile fool you.

How insidious is the Deep State? It’s so insidious that even apparently stalwart patriots, such as Fox News personality Sean Hannity, can be secretly carrying out its sinister designs. How else can one describe Mr. Hannity’s January 10th, 2020 text message to Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Congressman Jim Jordan that “He (Trump) can’t mention the election again. Ever.”

Clearly Hannity is dismissing Trump’s claim that the 2020 Election, which he has called the “Crime of the Century,” was stolen by perfidious but never identified legions of Democrats who cleverly managed to steal the presidency while leaving plenty of key Republicans in the Senate to stymie their Marxist machinations. Oh, sure, Sean has come around now to the indisputable truth of Trump’s claim (which was thrown out of sixty courts of law), but where was Sean on January 10th, just four days after plucky patriots staged a peaceful demonstration and spontaneous tour of the U.S. Capitol that left five people dead, more than one hundred Capitol police officers injured, millions of dollars in damage and feces smeared on the walls?

And for that matter, why didn’t Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan immediately publicly denounce Hannity as a backstabbing, Deep State traitor for disagreeing with Trump’s plan to continue harping about the “Crime of the Century”? Could it be that they too were flirting with the idea of conceding that maybe the election had not been fraudulent after all? If so, they too are Deep State Judases. Sure, like Hannity, now they are singing with the chorus, but perhaps only until the Deep State Sanhedrin offer them their thirty pieces of silver.

Think about it. The best cover for Deep State agents is to be the loudest voice screaming on Trump’s behalf. These people are the Deep Deep State. Keep your eye on Hannity, patriots.