After damaging texts with Mark Meadows, Sean Hannity said he's a talk show host, not a journalist

After damaging texts with Mark Meadows, Sean Hannity said he's a talk show host, not a journalist ...

Sean Hannity, an alleged reporter on a television with the title news, was a texting buddy with the one-term Trump administration. Last week, CNN made public dozens of messages that the Fox News host exchanged with Mark Meadows, in which he was basically taking orders from people who would soon be fired. How would Hannity do that?

Hannity: These other networks are accused of being journalists. They are talk show hosts like me except they aren''t quite honest about it pic.twitter.com/a0YjQlHT10

Acyn (@Acyn) April 30, 2022

Hannity defends his actions on his nightly show on Friday. I go out of my way to explain what my job is, because a lot of people in the media community do not understand what we do. Yes, Im a member of the Fox News Channel, which is a news channel, but I do not claim to be a journalist. I am a talk show host.

Hannity has admitted that he uses daily journalism from time to time. He claims to be capable of producing straight news and investigative reports. Totodate, he is open about his links.

Hannity said she was a registered conservative, presumably stating she was a registered Republican. Yes, I voted for Donald Trump. I make no apologies, I give my opinions clear. We even do culture, we do sports. Im like the whole newspaper.

Hannity claimed that hes like everyone else, just, you know, more frank. He said that they are talk show personalities like me, except he isn''t honest about it.

In any case, the Trump crony he texted might be sentenced to prison.

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