When Sean Hannity interviewed Donald Trump on his Fox News show last night, Hannity said something that caused Palmer Report to predict that he would be hauled in to testify before one or more House committees. Sure enough, one of the House Democrats just confirmed that we were correct.
Sean Hannity said this to Donald Trump last night about Michael Cohen: “I can tell you personally, he said to me at least a dozen times that he made the decision on the payments and he didn’t tell you.” Oops. Hannity just outed himself as being, at the least, a material witness in a criminal scandal.
After Sean Hannity’s program aired last night, Democratic Congressman David Cicilline tweeted “Sean Hannity is now volunteering himself as a witness. I look forward to his testimony.” This is a big deal considering that Cicilline sits on the House Judiciary Committee, which is one of the committees currently investigating Donald Trump’s scandals.
Here’s the kicker: Sean Hannity will be under oath at the time. If he commits perjury in the name of trying to protect Donald Trump, a criminal referral will be made against him, and he’ll face prison time. On the other hand, if Hannity becomes scared enough to tell the truth, he’ll have to sell out Trump to do it – and he’ll have to admit that most of what he says on the air on any given night is a lie. Hannity is toast.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report