Hannity radio guest warns that "there's a chance that the deep state can get involved" in FBI's Kavanaugh investigation

Hannity radio guest warns that "there's a chance that the deep state can get involved" in FBI's Kavanaugh investigation

Jonathan Gilliam: "We do still have a realistic expectation that the deep state is part of the FBI"

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From the September 28 edition of Premire Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Commenting about Jeff Flake and his antics from earlier today, Jonathan we'll start with you. 

JONATHAN GILLIAM: Well you know, this is one thing that does bother me, Sean, and nobody is really talking about this yet, is that if this is handed over back to the FBI, the fact is that Flake is the one saying that this should occur.

We do still have a realistic expectation that the deep state is part of the FBI, and at the level that this is at, if it's handed back to the FBI, my worry is that actually somebody will create something that is fictitious, that is in the FBI. It's not like they haven't done that in the past three years.

So, I also think that that's something that should be considered. What's been presented so far is there's no evidence that they can prove anything, I think there's been enough testimony where they, the Judge Kavanaugh can be confirmed, and if it goes back, there's a chance of that, but I hate to say it, but there's a chance the deep state can get involved in this.

HANNITY: Well, it's scary. Last word. 

Previously

Right-wing conspiracy theorists now claim Christine Blasey Ford is “deeply tied to the CIA”

Conservative media freak out in response to senators calling for an FBI investigation of Kavanaugh

Sean Hannity: A one-week delay in Kavanaugh vote means that "another 15 people can be brought up by Democratic operatives"

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The Judiciary, The Senate, Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault
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Premiere Radio Networks
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Sean Hannity
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