Sean Hannity’s Other Desperate Texts About Texts Revealed by the House Committee on January 6

The US House of Representatives committee investigating the riots on the Capitol on January 6 has revealed more angry documents between Sean Hannity and Trump’s White House, and called on the Fox News host to cooperate. with an ongoing investigation.

Hannity has close relationships with former President Donald Trump and his last Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. A week before the attack on the Capitol, the Fox News host expressed concern about Trump’s plan to thwart congressional certification of Joe Biden’s election victory.

“We can’t lose the entire WH advisory office,” Hannity wrote to Meadows on December 31, 2020, House committee revealed on Tuesday. “I do NOT see January 6 playing out the way he is being told. After the 6th. He will announce he will lead a nationwide effort to reform electoral integrity. Go to Fl and watch Joe mess around every day. Continue to participate. When he speaks, people will listen.”

That message, the committee wrote to Hannity, “suggests that you are aware of concerns raised by the Trump White House Counsel’s Office regarding the legitimacy of the former President’s plans for January 6. ” Such information, Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) and Representative Vice Chairwoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) wrote in their letter to Fox Host, is “directly related to the investigation.” our inspection.”

And on January 5, 2021, on the eve of a violent attempt to overthrow the election, Hannity texted Meadows: “I’m so nervous about the next 48 hours.” The committee letter further asked the Fox News host: “Why are you worried about the next 48 hours?”

Other text messages from that evening, the committee wrote, show that Hannity had a personal conversation with Trump about his plans to seek to overturn the 2020 vote.

Furthermore, the committee wrote, Hannity had a conversation with Trump in the days following the Capitol riots, and expressed to Meadows and MAGA loyalist Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) concerns about the president’s state of mind and the probable actions he may take. until Biden’s January 20 inauguration.

“Guys, we have a clear path for the plane to land in nine days. He cannot mention the election again. Used to be,” Hannity wrote to the couple. “I didn’t have a good call with him today. And worse, I’m not sure what’s left to do or say, and I don’t want to know if it’s really understood. Idea? (Trump hit back at his loyal ally Hannity’s messages on Tuesday, told CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, via a spokesperson, “I disagree with Sean on that statement and facts are proving me right.”)

Given his text messages to Team Trump, the committee begged Hannity to appear as a “fact witness” in the investigation. Thompson and Cheney wrote: “We could not help but ask you in good faith about these and other specific matters. “We are sure that you love our country and respect our Constitution. Now is the time to step forward and serve the interests of your country. We thank you in advance for your cooperation. ”

Appearing on CNN shortly before the committee’s letter was made public, Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) said of Hannity: “We asked him to cooperate with us as a factual witness to kindness. his patriotism and we hope he will reply as we have numerous documents and pieces of evidence indicating that he is not only a journalist, but also works as an agent politics “.

The committee’s request that Hannity appear before them “raises serious First Amendment concerns,” Jay Sekulow, a former top Trump attorney and current attorney for Hannity, said in a statement. a statement to The Daily Beast. He would not say whether the Fox star would decline the request. However, another person close to Hannity briefly told The Daily Beast on Tuesday: “Why would Sean team up with them?”

The Fox News host condemned the January 6 violence during his live broadcast that evening, but he has also repeatedly condemned the work of the House committee investigating the incident. attack. When reached for comment, the network referred The Daily Beast to Sekulow’s comment on behalf of Hannity.

The latest move in the investigation comes after Cheney revealed contacts between Meadows and multiple Fox News hosts, including Hannity, by read their text aloud on the floor. In a previously revealed text, the TV and talk station star urged Meadows on January 6: “He can [Trump] Statement? Ask everyone to leave the Capitol.”

—With additional reporting by Zachary Petrizzo. Sean Hannity’s Other Desperate Texts About Texts Revealed by the House Committee on January 6


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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