Sean Hannity reacts to Roger Stone indictment by calling Mueller investigation "the biggest abuse of power scandal in modern American history"

Sean Hannity reacts to Roger Stone indictment by calling Mueller investigation "the biggest abuse of power scandal in modern American history"

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From the January 25 edition of Fox News' Hannity:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): We are witnessing the biggest abuse of power scandal in modern American history. It's playing out right before your eyes. More corruption than we've ever seen. Really, a predawn raid? 17 vehicles move in, 27 FBI agents in full SWAT gear, guns drawn, home surrounded? For what? Roger Stone is not being charged with any violent crime here. He isn't charged with colluding with a foreign government at all. He's never posed any security threat of any kind. Instead he was indicted on a series of process crimes that never would have happened, yet, Robert Mueller started an investigation. This is, in other words, created by the fact that Mueller had an investigation. Why is he being treated like Pablo Escobar?

Previously:

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With one terrible tweet, Greta Van Susteren helped fuel a conspiracy theory that made its way to the president, who repeated it within hours

After Roger Stone was released from custody, his first stop was The Alex Jones Show

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