Tuesday, August 01, 2017

What The Fox Say?

Rod Wheeler is suing Fox News. The former contributor sparked the Seth Rich murder kookspiracy that was spewed by Fox News personalities. One notable agitator is Sean "Softball" Hannity, the most annoying conservative to ever support an inept leader like Donald J. Trump.

It's unfortunate that even in the midst of a major lawsuit, our good buddy Sean "Softball" Hannity continues to trot out more kookspiracies about hacking of the Democratic National Committee's emails.

The official softball of the Donald J. Trump organization continues to harp the notion that "disgruntled" DNC workers gave Wikileaks the emails of John Podesta and former DNC chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL).

Later this month: The Sean Hannity Word Vomit IV.

The right echo chamber accuses the former DNC chief of allowing a former IT aide on the payroll for months after a criminal investigation was revealed. Republicans are calling for Wasserman Schultz to appear in Congress and a newly filed ethics complaint.

The former worker is named Imran Awan. He is being charged for bank fraud charges. He was caught at Dulles International Airport. He was fired out the cannon last month.
Sean "Softball" Hannity launches #StandWithSean and  #StopTheScalpings with Brian Maloney and Melanie Morgan, two disgraced conservative talk radio hosts who wants to keep the softball's garbage on television and radio.
Awan living in Lorton, Virginia was arraigned in court after he allegedly attempted to get a loan from the Congressional Federal Credit Union on a rental property claiming it as a primary residence.

He is currently awaiting his trial. He is on in-house and will lose his passport and be tracked by GPS. Awan is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

According to the kooks, this former IT guy may have gave Wikileaks the emails and not the Russian government. The intelligence agencies confirm Russian meddling. Unfortunately for the softball and many of his supporters, the DNC deliberately played on failed Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

The right claims that the DNC rigged the election in Hillary Clinton's favor.

Just because someone criticized a candidate doesn't mean they are trying to stop him.

The delegates are the ones who select the candidate to be the nominee.

Sanders staying in the race even though he knew he was "done" damaged Clinton. The DNC had to actually change direction in handling delegates won by a candidate.

Fox News is heavily pushing this kookspiracy as well as the now discredited Seth Rich controversy.

The network is being sued by former contributor Rod Wheeler.
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The death of Seth Rich has sparked right wing kookspiracies.
Wheeler who was then a DC Metro detective and Fox News contributor said that a Fox News reporter and a pro-Trump backer worked together to create a claim that Rich was murdered and the former DNC Staffer was the one who tipped off Wikileaks.

In Wheeler's lawsuit, he said that Donald J. Trump gave the green light to push this.

Ed Butowsky was the guy funding the Seth Rich investigation. Wheeler said that Fox News reporter Malia Zimmerman was taking his words out of context and made the story about Hillary Clinton.

Media Matters for America, MoveOn, Color of Change, and Sleeping Giants are now working feverishly to hit Sean "Softball" Hannity where it hurts: In his wallet.

Media Matters has openly called for the cannon firing of the softball.

Expect the softball to respond to the allegations by deflecting to someone other than him.

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