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Sean Hannity admits he doesn’t vet information before giving it to his audience

While railing against the media for not taking President Trump’s claims of voter fraud seriously, Sean Hannity made a startling admission to his audience on Hannity Monday night. Hannity said that his show would be highlighting irregularities in the election, along with reviewing “highly unusual voting patterns” in swing states, right before giving viewers reason to question what they might hear. “This show, we in this hour, I am not told what to say,” Hannity said. “I don’t vet the information on this program that I give out. We have always been independent, follow our own path on this show. That’s not gonna change for me, ever.” Then, just seconds later, Hannity went on to say that he did vet a story involving President-Elect Joe Biden and his son Hunter, that if proven true, could mean trouble for the soon-to-be president. But while Hannity claims to have vetted this story, other media outlets have been unable to corroborate it. Even Fox News, one of the only outlets given access to emails and other records, said they don’t make the case against Biden. Hannity also repeated his claim that Trump should pardon himself and his family before leaving office.

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