Sources Tell Hannity: Those Who Engaged in ‘Premeditated Fraud on FISA…They’re About to See Their Worlds Rocked”
Posted February 15, 2020 by Elizabeth Vaughn
Friday’s announcement that the DOJ will not charge former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for lying to investigators on four occasions, three times under oath, left many of us in a state of shock, especially as the four prosecutors’ handling the Roger Stone case insist he deserves a seven-to-nine-year prison sentence. When one compares the FBI and the Mueller team’s harsh treatment of General Flynn, George Papadopoulos and others to the passes given to the likes of McCabe, Hillary Clinton, and James Comey, it’s become clear that America operates under a two-tiered system of justice. It’s hard to conclude otherwise.
Republicans were provoked further after McCabe appeared on CNN and said, “As glad as I am that the DOJ decided to do the right thing today, it is an absolute disgrace that they took two years and put my family through this experience for two years before they finally drew the obvious conclusion.”
Conservative cable hosts and their guests on Friday night found McCabe’s exoneration inexplicable and it left many wondering if those who plotted against candidate and then President Donald Trump will ever see justice.
Sean Hannity offered some hope to those of us who have lowered our expectations. His sources are telling him, “It’s real. Those that did the premeditated fraud on FISA, they’re about to see their worlds rocked.”
Investigative journalist Sara Carter, a guest on the panel, chimed in to say, “That’s what I’m hearing too.”
Excerpts from Hannity’s remarks: