Jay Sekulow Joins Hannity To Shamefully Push Seth Rich Murder Conspiracy Theory

Jay Sekulow Joins Hannity To Shamefully Push Seth Rich Murder Conspiracy Theory

Sean Hannity: "Wouldn't That Blow The Whole Russia Collusion Narrative?"

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From the May 18 edition of Fox News' Hannity:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Questions continued to swirl around the mysterious murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich. Now, following Rich's death, there was suspicion that he may have been the source of the DNC emails that were leaked to WikiLeaks, now -- not the Russians, as the left claims.

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HANNITY: Now, if Rich, in fact, was WikiLeaks' source for the DNC email leaks, it would confirm Russia was not involved.

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HANNITY: It gets more mysterious by the minute. If it was true, we don't know yet, if it was true that Seth Rich gave WikiLeaks the DNC emails, wouldn't that blow the whole Russia collusion narrative that the media has been pushing out of the water?

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HANNITY: Based on what Julian Assange said in that Dutch interview, it sounds like he -- not 100%, but pretty close, to being -- to saying that "Wow, it could be Seth Rich."

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JAY SEKULOW: It sure doesn't look like a robbery, it looks like a murder, and I haven't seen the files, you haven't seen the files, but there's one thing this undercuts, I think, is -- I think this whole Russian argument is subterfuge for reality.

Previously:

Sean Hannity Continues Smear Campaign Against Slain DNC Staffer

Sean Hannity, Seth Rich, And Fox News’ Ghoulish Attempt To Salvage Trump's Presidency

Sean Hannity Pushes Seth Rich Conspiracy Theory Even After Story Falls Apart

How A Fox Affiliate And Contributor Fueled Fringe Conspiracy Theories About Murdered DNC Staffer

Lou Dobbs Says There Is "A Partisan Shroud" Around The Family Of Slain DNC Staffer Seth Rich

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