April Fools! The quote I cited in my first article is very real, though taken out of context. Here is the actual transcript of the Hannity broadcast:
HANNITY: All right. Let’s go to you, Gregg Jarrett. I mean, two points here. The FBI stonewalling on the documents. But more importantly, remember Susan Rice, January 11th meeting, Comey is in it, and then Barack Obama said, follow the law, do with the right way, the CYA.
When you put all of this together, there was far more involvement with the White House, Barack Obama and all of us than anybody knew.
GREGG JARRETT, FOX NEWS LEGAL ANALYST: Oh, absolutely. To believe that the president didn’t know that there was an investigation of Donald Trump, candidate for president, is to believe in the tooth fairy.
HANNITY: Does not make him a witness potentially?
JARRETT: Oh, absolutely, it makes him a witness.
HANNITY: And he should be subpoenaed, no?
JARRETT: He should be.
I wanted to show how Fox News prime time host Sean Hannity takes certain truthful quotes out of context to support his narrative.
Sean Hannity claims that James Comey called the Russian Dossier “salacious and unverified” when he informed President elect Trump about it’s existence.
That is true, but Mr. Hannity does not clarify that when Mr. Comey said that the dossier was “salacious and unverified,” he was only referring to the part of the dossier about Donald Trump’s sexual exploits in Russia. As for the rest of the Dossier, it is self evident by the fact that the Russia Investigation continues forward that there are some very accurate parts of the dossier. Sean Hannity doesn’t want you to know that.