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‘Journalism in This Country Is Dead and Buried’ (Video)

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In his first show since Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial ended, Sean Hannity did a lot of complaining about that whole deal.

“The media had no shortage of complaints about the President’s legal team, and they delivered an epic beatdown with an excellent defense that was put together, oh, in about eight days,” Hannity complained, giving a rather generous assessment to the defense.

“Hannity” — the show — then pulled up a clip of Trump impeachment lawyer Michael van der Veen delivering a screed that sounded an awful lot like something someone might say about Hannity and Fox News.

“The media has to start telling the right story in this country.

The clip ended with van der Veen angrily pulling his microphone off his jacket and mumbling, “Yep, citizen.

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“Imagine having almost every news outlet in the country rooting against you — every TV show, every article, every headline, every pundit, every second, every minute, every hour of every day,” Hannity griped, again presumably excluding himself from that categorization even though he has a TV show.

And this is what President Trump, again, faced for five years,” Hannity complained, possibly getting confused about what he was talking about.

You can watch the quoted portion of Monday’s episode of “Hannity” from media outlet Fox News in the video embedded up at the top of this article.


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