Sean Hannity’s Ukraine War ‘Plan’ Is Even More Expensive Than You Think

Sean Hannity on Wednesday proposed two bizarre plans that are supposed to help put an end to Invasion of Russia of Ukraine.

During his primetime Fox News program, Hannity reiterated two ideas he mentioned earlier in the day on his afternoon radio show. The first case involved a way to attack a Russian convoy outside Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.

“You know, if we can see on satellite imagery where the convoy is, I don’t know, maybe some smart country, maybe NATO can send some of our fighter jets. them, or maybe they can use some drone strikes and destroy the whole damn convoy,” Hannity said on his radio show of the same name. “And then nobody credits it, so then Putin won’t know who to hit back.”

While speaking with Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) later that night, the Fox News host reiterated this silly argument.

“We can see exactly where [the convoy] To be. Why not have a certain group – no one has to give it credit. I believe in covert operations and legitimate denial. They’re ducking right now,” said Hannity, who was called unofficial chief of staff for former President Donald Trump.

The second component of Hannity’s warped strategy involves the assassination of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“What we really need in this crisis, more than anything else, is worldwide condemnation. And it’s a simple new rule that if you invade an innocent sovereign country, and you kill innocent men, women, and children, you don’t deserve to live,” Hannity said on the radio. Then paraphrase:

“’Well, Hannity, we have an executive order that prohibits the assassination of foreign leaders.’ And I was like, you cut off the head of the snake and you kill the snake. And now, the snake is Vladimir Putin.”

On Wednesday night, Hannity returned to Executive Order 11905, promulgate 1976 by President Gerald Ford after it was revealed that the CIA had plotted to assassinate Fidel Castro. “Is it time to review the rules?” he asks.

And he replied, “I like my rules better.”

Hannity added that those close to Putin should “act sooner”, as the Russian leader “must be stopped by whatever means necessary.”

Putin, for his part, reported sent More than 400 mercenaries arrived in Kyiv in an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate President Volodymyr Zelensky. Sean Hannity’s Ukraine War ‘Plan’ Is Even More Expensive Than You Think

Russell Falcon

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