Fox Hawk predicted the fall of Sean Hannity BEFORE Michael Cohen’s lawyers released Sean Hannity’s name as Cohen’s third mystery client.
And let me address your concerns now. No, I don’t predict the fall of Sean Hannity all the time and hope he goes down soon. In fact this is the only time I said that Fox News and Mr. Hannity were going down. And I wrote that article on April 14th.
Let me explain to you why this is so explosive:
MONDAY (4/9/2018): FBI raids Michael Cohen’s offices and residences and takes all relevant information on Cohen’s clients, including US President Donald Trump. America didn’t know that Sean Hannity was a Cohen client, but Sean Hannity did.
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY (4/11 and 4/12): On his Fox News Show, Sean Hannity was different. Something was off. I saw a desperate man taking desperate actions, but I didn’t know why.
SATURDAY (4/14/2018): I wrote my article stating that (technically) Wednesday, April 11, 2018 was the beginning of the end for Hannity.
MONDAY (4/16/2018): Michael Cohen’s lawyer Stephen Ryan was forced to reveal in court that Sean Hanntiy was the third client Michael Cohen represented during 2017. When Ryan made the announcement, there was an audible gasp in the courtroom. I think that was the sound of Sean Hannity’s career deflating.
I am not a professional journalist, so I am not privy to secret information or sources. I am just like all other Americans, I consume news by watching it. I can, however, assess the minute differences Sean Hannity portrays on his show between nights. I knew something was off after viewing last week’s Wednesday and Thursday (4/11 and 12) episodes of Hannity.
I thought Mr. Hannity was being a little too brazen, if that is possible. He seemed sloppy, which was uncharacteristic. Now let’s look at that historic week through the brain of Sean Hannity:
MONDAY: FBI raids Michael Cohen’s offices and residences. Sean Hannity must have been surprised at this development, knowing that if Mr. Cohen’s record of clients is revealed, his name would most certainly be there.
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY: Panicking about his own possible unmasking as Cohen’s client, Mr. Hannity tried to press through his shows as normal, hoping people wouldn’t see how scared he really was. Fox Hawk noticed and said that those two episodes were the beginning of the end for Sean Hannity and Fox News.
There is your timetable. Some of you may ask how I saw this coming. Let me be clear, I did not have any knowledge that Sean Hannity was Michael Cohen’s client. I do, however, watch more Hannity than anyone I know. If I can’t see an episode on the night it airs, I watch it the next chance I get. I would bet donalds to doughnuts that I am the most frequent patron of the Hannity transcript section of foxnews.com.