“I believe every word he says.” This is what Sean Hannity said when he interviewed fugitive rapist and spy Julian Assange, founder and head of the Wikileaks spy ring.
Now Wikileaks is trying to undermine the Trump administration’s ability to protect America from terrorist and foreign state threats. It’s time Sean Hannity owned his complicity in this.
Hannity said to conservatives that “If Hillary wins, you own it!” Well, Julian Assange is winning, and now he must own it:
If the documents are authentic, as appeared likely at first review, the release would be the latest coup for the anti-secrecy organization and a serious blow to the C.I.A., which maintains its own hacking capabilities to be used for espionage.
…In scale, the Vault 7 archive appears to fall into the same category as the biggest leaks of classified information in recent years, including the quarter-million diplomatic cables taken by [Bradley] Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst, and given to WikiLeaks in 2010, and the hundreds of thousands of documents taken from the National Security Agency by Edward J. Snowden and given to journalists in 2013.
Note that both of the previous leaks were made possible by American home-grown traitors that Assange bought off. It’s virtually certain that this new leak was accomplished in the same way, so that even as Hannity was praising Assange, Assange was inducing treason against America.
The ever-dimwitted Sean Hannity is making Donald Trump’s job harder, but at least he got clicks for the interview right? A more intelligent man would find pro-American ways to profit, but Hannity would rather sell out his fellow citizens to boost his ratings. Sad that he’d put his own profits over the greatness of America.