Fox News host Sean Hannity tried frantically to get President Donald Trump to surrender the presidency during the election overtime period, according to recently released text messages between Hannity and Trump’s White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. Hannity betrayed the pro-Trump Election Overtime effort even before the January 6 protest in Washington, D.C. as conservative influencers scrambled to try to force Trump out of office and clear the way for Joe Biden to install his regime. Fox News, which served as a propaganda machine for the disastrous Iraq War, has always been a subversive globalist operation. The cable network showed its true colors on Election Night 2020, when a largely unknown little man named Arnon Mishkin, serving as Fox News’ election expert, called the state of Arizona for Joe Biden with only a tiny fraction of the votes counted. Joe Biden’s former chief of staff Danny O’Brien is the head of government relations at Fox News’ parent company and he actively campaigned for Biden during the 2020 election.
Hannity sent a text message to Mark Meadows on December 31, 2020 urging Trump to concede the election overtime period. Hannity wrote, “We can’t lose the entire WH counsels office. I do NOT see January 6 happening the way he is being told. After the 6 th. He should announce he will lead the nationwide effort to reform voting integrity. Go to Fl and watch Joe mess up daily. Stay engaged. When he speaks people will listen.” Hannity texted Meadows on January 5, 2021 with the message: “Pence pressure. WH counsel will leave.”
Then, on January 10, 2021, Sean Hannity shilled even harder for Joe Biden. Hannity wrote to Meadows: “Guys, we have a clear path to land the plane in 9 days. He can’t mention the election again. Ever. I did not have a good call with him today. And worse, I’m not sure what is left to do or say, and I don’t like not knowing if it’s truly understood. Ideas?”
Who, exactly, gave Hannity his marching orders to “land the plane” for Biden? And why did Hannity assume that Trump would take orders from a Fox News host? Remember that Fox News pinhead Sandra Smith got caught exclaiming “We’ve called it” for Biden as she disparaged a guest who was trying to fight it out for Trump.
This is Sandra Smith from Fox News, off air, reacting to the statement that the media is not responsible for calling elections.
Her reaction is….”what is happening. We’ve called it”
— Nancy (@Nancy15660268) November 9, 2020
NATIONAL FILE tried to warn America about the deviousness of Fox News prior to the election. As we reported: Danny O’Brien, the executive vice president and head of government relations at Fox News’ parent company, is a former Joe Biden chief of staff who is reportedly actively helping the Biden campaign connect to Washington lobbyists. Danny O’Brien started out with gigs at the Democratic National Committee, director of ethnic outreach for the Clinton White House, and on the Al Gore campaign. He served as Joe Biden’s chief of staff in the Senate from 2003 to 2006, then worked as political director for Biden’s 2008 presidential campaign.
After working for Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez and General Electric, he inexplicably became the executive vice president and head of government relations at Fox Corp in 2018. Fox Corp is the Murdoch entity that currently owns Fox News. Thus, the effective chief lobbyist for Fox News is a hardcore Biden guy. And he’s also not-so-discreetly helping the Biden campaign this election cycle.
In a March 2020 article headlined, “Biden surge brings sense of relief to K Street,” POLITICO reported (emphasis added): “Former Sen. John Breaux (D-La.), another old friend of Biden’s who’s now a lobbyist, showed up with Dodd at a fundraiser in Georgetown last year but didn’t write a check. “I’m sure I wasn’t the only nonpaying customer,” he said with a laugh at the time.
Danny O’Brien, a former Biden chief of staff who’s now the top lobbyist for Fox Corporation, has helped connect supporters to the campaign as well.
Other former Biden staffers on K Street include Sudafi Henry, a lobbyist who represents clients such as Facebook, FedEx and PepsiCo; Tony Russo, the top lobbyist for T-Mobile; Jeffrey Peck, who lobbies for clients such as Deutsche Bank and Anheuser-Busch; and Chris Putala, a lobbyist whose clients include Comcast and T-Mobile, according to disclosure filings.”