Sean Hannity immediately attacks FBI statement critical of Nunes memo

Hannity claims anonymous sources at the FBI told “the people at Fox” that nothing in the Nunes memo is inaccurate

From the January 31 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Here's the problem. Well, now the people at Fox [News] went back at the FBI and said, “Is there anything in this memo that is inaccurate? Anything?” And the FBI said there's nothing inaccurate.


This cannot happen in the United States of America, and I don't care that Rod Rosenstein and others -- the facts are the facts here. Poor mainstream media, they'll just run with the FBI's criticism. They won't even tell you the truth.

There's so much more coming, I wish I could share it with you now.


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