The liberal organizations behind Bill O’Reilly’s firing may already be working on their new target.
Just days after O’Reilly’s firing, another nasty accusation has surfaced against a Fox News star. But the target is new: Sean Hannity, the popular conservative anchor that hosts the self-titled 10:00 pm EST show, “Hannity.”
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In fact, it appears to be an all-out blitz against the cable news network host. Last week, a leaked email from Media Matters proved they were behind the far-left plot to get O’Reilly fired, according to O’Reilly’s lawyer.
Since last Monday, Media Matters — a liberal “media watchdog” under the control of Clinton insider David Brock — has spoken about Hannity every single day to their hundreds of thousands of followers.
Critics say it’s no coincidence that disgusting allegations against Hannity surfaced at the same time.
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Debbie Schlussel, a former Fox News contributor, made shocking accusations Friday on a local radio show, alleging that Hannity acted inappropriately in a Detroit meeting in the early 2000s. Hannity has called the allegations “100 percent false.”
The timing has political analysts whispering: Is Hannity the Clinton organization’s next target?
Whomever is behind it, there’s no denying the blitz on Hannity has begun.
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All across the liberal landscape, leftist organizations have bared their teeth.
From The Huffington Post and CNN to small left-leaning blogs, liberal news organizations spent the weekend on full attack. “People need to take a closer look at Sean Hannity because the scandal at Fox News is showing no signs of slowing down,” PolitcusUSA told their readers Sunday.
But things aren’t exactly holding together. Early Tuesday, Hannity shared the following —
Already the story changes;https://t.co/0g9aAm6hdl
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) April 24, 2017
In it, Schlussel stood by her story… but admitted that she did not believe Hannity’s behavior was sexual harrassment.
“I would never accuse him of that. Sexual harassment has a special meaning under the law, and I would never accuse him of that,” Schlussel said.
— The Horn editorial team