He's a good guy but we need to ask a question:
Will he & his buds ever get around to looking at what @TheLastRefuge2 calls "The Big Ugly?"
Today, @seanhannity demanded that Andrew Weissman, one of Robert Mueller's top investigator's be fired and investigated.
If you're a Trump supporter, how does this tweet make you feel?
What emotions does it evoke?
Does it make you feel good to know someone like Hannity has Trump's back?
How likely do you think it is that Weissman will ACTUALLY be fired from Mueller's team?
Hannity gets people's emotions stirred up, but there little hope that his prescribed course of action will happen.
Mueller's team is compromised.
Bark! bark! bark!
How do you feel when you read a tweet like this?
And what are the odds that Mueller's investigation will actually be shut down?
Trump knows that. (I think Sean knows it, too.) It's why Trump doesn't fear Mueller.
Because, as he often reminds us, he's a commentator and not an investigative journalist.
(@Carpedonktum thinks he's a little more)
My friends and I knew for several months prior to the #UraniumOne story going public that a big news story was going to break and it was only a matter of time. When the story broke, those who hinted to us confirmed this was what we'd been waiting for.
This means that the release of the #UraniumOne story was not a sudden event that just happened.
It was controlled.
The timing of the release and the network it appeared on was out of the hands of the reporters.
The media handlers called the shots
And there are stories they will not allow to be reported. Even major stories that could potentially help the President.
She saw breadcrumbs leading toward corruption & criminal activity in the DOJ & FBI and a scheme to interfere in a Presidential election but claims the Russians hoodwinked the Clinton campaign & they're the real culprits.
Fox is all too aware of the crimes perpetrated by the highest people in the FBI & DOJ, but the media handlers at the top aren't going to let the story air.
It would be too inconvenient and too damaging to certain people.
More info on the "Trump Operation" and the "Big Ugly" can be found on Sundance's website.
Here's a link to the most recent article:
The media handlers have set their boundaries.
When Devin Nunes reports to the House later this month what he learned about FISA 702 abuse, will Fox report on it then?
It probably depends on how much of the conversation is leaked.
But it seems unlikely.
At least for now.
Media handlers at every news agency guard the same people.
Reporters could get a jump start on the story.
Get people prepared.
But that isn't going to happen.
If a Special Counsel hasn't been appointed by then, we can expect the DOJ to do it at that time
Another reason to get people prepared.
Another opportunity wasted
Like they can hide it by ignoring it.
But it is going to be exposed.
And when it is, it'll demonstrate they're not much better than CNN and the others who will be honored at tonight's #FakeNewsAwards
Conservative Treehouse (The Last Refuge) is a shining example of what the #NewMedia looks like