'Yes, sir. On it': Sean Hannity offered to help TFG on Election Day, Mark Meadows text messages show
Fox News host Sean Hannity, like many other allies of former President Donald Trump, urged thenWhite House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to get Trump to call off his supporters during the Jan. 6 Capitol siege, according to text messages Meadows turned over to the House Jan. 6 committee. A new batch of Meadows texts obtained by CNN gives a broader picture of the role Hannity and other Trump allies played before and after Jan. 6.
Hannity was among the most frequent correspondents in the 2,319 text messages Meadows turned over to the Jan. 6 committee, CNN reports. On Election Day, for example, Hannity texted Meadows in the afternoon, asking if North Carolina was "gonna be okay." Meadows wrote back, urging Hannity to tell his radio show listeners: "Stress every vote matters. Get out and vote."
"Yes sir. On it," Hannity responded. "Any place in particular we need a push?"
Meadows wrote back, urging Hannity to tell his radio show listeners: "Stress every vote matters. Get out and vote."
There is absolutely nothing illegal about that. Hopefully every Democrat will be saying/urging the same as we approach mid-terms.
If this is the kind of stuff the Select Committee thinks will explode just before November, we are in serious trouble. I fear it's gonna explode in a huge backlash.