Hannity Sounds Off on Nunes FISA Memo: ‘Makes Watergate Like Stealing a Snickers Bar’


As the congressional GOP prepares to release their memo on alleged FISA abuses against Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign, Sean Hannity sang from the rooftops tonight about how it’ll blow the lid off the biggest political scandal in American history that no one in the media wants to talk about.

Hannity hosted Jeanine Pirro, Sebastian Gorka, and Sara Carter on his Monday show, and they took turns talking of how the Obama Administration “weaponized” the Justice Department and intelligence community in order to try seizing control over the election. As Carter said “this is bigger than anything anybody can imagine,” Hannity took that notion to its logical conclusion.

“This makes Watergate like stealing a Snickers bar from a drug store,” the Fox host said.

Gorka stated earlier tonight that the FISA memo described abuses of power “100 times bigger” than the socioeconomic coercion that caused the American colonies to declare independence from Great Britain. Later on, he said that the Obama Administration “used the intelligence community for political purposes” by effectively creating an internal spying service.

You know what they say: “You’re not you when you’re hungry, grab a Snickers.”

Watch above, via Fox News.

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