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Video: Texts reveal what Sean Hannity told Mark Meadows on election day (1 Viewer)

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CNN's Jamie Gangel reports that text messages between Fox host Sean Hannity and then White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on election day reveal that Hannity seemed to be taking direction from Meadows.
 


CNN's Jamie Gangel reports that text messages between Fox host Sean Hannity and then White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on election day reveal that Hannity seemed to be taking direction from Meadows.

Say it ain't so Lumpy, say it ain't so!
 
Hair on fire news!!!!
 
Let us imagine for a moment that we found out that Ron Klain was directly in contact with Rachel Maddow about political messaging and strategy.

Just imagine that for a moment.
 


CNN's Jamie Gangel reports that text messages between Fox host Sean Hannity and then White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on election day reveal that Hannity seemed to be taking direction from Meadows.

 
Let us imagine for a moment that we found out that Ron Klain was directly in contact with Rachel Maddow about political messaging and strategy.

Just imagine that for a moment.
Exactly. The party that loves to cite Orwell's 1984 all the time these days just got outted for what we all knew... Fox is republican state TV and coordinates directly with the party to be so. There is no equivalence about "both sides do it" either.
 

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