Sean Hannity is technically a journalist, but he's often denied that he was engaging in the Republican Party's bid. For good reason, he was also caught to his former president, Mark Meadows, as the former president's violent supporters stormed the Capitol. But that wasn't the only time the Fox News reporter was commingling with the Trump team.
Meadows and several conservative figures were split on Monday, from legislators to reporters. It's how the public learned Marjorie Taylor Greene of Trump's Marshal Law (though she didn't spell it correctly) on a less alarming note, Hannity is straight-up taking orders two months earlier, on Election Day.
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On November 3, Hannity talked to Meadows about Meadows' home state, in which he.
Meadows reasserted that "Every vote is important," and that's why: "Get out and vote. On radio."
Hannity wrote back. "On it. Any place in particular we need a push," she said.
Meadows pointed to Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Nevada, along with North Carolina. "Got it," Hannity said. "Everywhere."
Yep, a Fox News anchor was so close with the Trump administration that he was refering to one of the highers-up as "sir."