SEAN HANNITY: I can't put my finger on the whole story yet. But something is going on that is deep and that is profound and that has a lot to do with the DOJ speaking out and saying, “No, the sentencing you're saying for Roger Stone is over the top." By the way, what they did with Roger Stone's case was over the top, frogmen in the backyard, 50 other -- what they did with [Paul] Manafort, all they needed to do was call the lawyers and say, “You need to show up by 9 a.m. or we're going to send our guys to you." But no, they had cameras at Manafort's arrest. Why? To scare the crap, abuse power, to scare the crap out of people. You know, I don't know what Roger did or didn't do. I didn't see anything wrong with it. You know, I don't know what he's done. You know it's stupid for people not to pay taxes and it's stupid if you lie on a loan application, it's dumb. But I will tell you the double standard is clear.
But now what's happened is very interesting because the prosecutor, remember the DOJ weighing in and saying, “No we're not going along with your seven-to-nine-year sentencing recommendation, you know, for Roger Stone what apparently lying? That's it?" You know [James] Comey's free, he was referred -- he had a referral for lying. He's still out there being a super patriot. Same with [Andrew] McCabe and all these other people. I guess only if you’re the -- you know the DOJ prosecutor Zelinsky, resigned after withdrawing from the Roger Stone case. These people are not going to be happy unless old people die in jail. Look how they treated Michael Flynn. There's something is happening that is very deep, I'm telling you, this is a big deal.