Fox News Host Sean Hannity Urged President Trump to Pardon Hunter Biden After Jan. 6

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A new report indicates that Fox News host Sean Hannity told President Donald Trump to pardon Hunter Biden following Jan. 6 in order to ingratiate himself to his brain-addled father.

The Jan. 6 Commission discovered this revelation when digging into text messages between Hannity and Trump’s former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. He made the suggestion on Jan. 7, 2021, one day after the infamous events in and around the U.S. Capitol.

“He was intrigued by the pardon idea!! (Hunter),” Hannity wrote in a text message to McEnany referring to a conversation he had with President Trump.

In addition, Hannity also told Trump that he should engage in “no more stolen election talk” and suggested that Trump attend Biden’s inauguration in order to provide legitimacy to the figurehead who was installed via a color revolution coup by a grotesque amount of coordinated election fraud.

Big League Politics has reported on Hannity being a constant bane of the MAGA movement, doing his best to steer it away from America First at every turn:

Neoconservative Fox News host Sean Hannity interviewed far-left Hollywood extremist Sean Penn on his show Tuesday night in order to propagandize for World War 3 over the Russia/Ukraine conflict.

Penn is being used as a globalist propagandist to urge Western intervention into the Russia/Ukraine conflict. He has been taken in by the charms of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the crisis actor in chief of Ukraine, throughout his many photo shoots and green screen appearances.

“I don’t know that there’s a person on Earth who could know that they were born for such a day, that they could rise to it,” Penn said of Zelensky, who he claims has “great courage” to beg for money and weapons to continue a war to preserve his globalist-backed coup government.

“It is clear to me that the Ukrainians will win this. The question is, at what cost,” Penn added.

Penn continued to spout empty platitudes, as Hannity nodded along, about the dreams of the Ukrainians as they are used as human shields by a puppet regime backed by Nazis.

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