With Joe Biden having won Wisconsin and Michigan and now looking very good in Pennsylvania, Donald Trump’s remaining path to victory is so narrow you could thread a needle with it. Even as Trump has gone remarkably quiet, his sycophant Sean Hannity is being rather loud tonight.
Hannity spend his Fox News show tonight ranting and raving in largely incoherent fashion about whether the vote totals are accurate, whether “dead people” are involved, and something nonsensical about Hillary Clinton. Hannity also came dangerously close to trying to incite violence with his rhetoric.
Two things are clear. First, Sean Hannity now thinks Donald Trump will lose. Second, the level of Hannity’s franticness suggests that he worries about what will happen to his TV career after Trump loses, and Trump’s base gets discouraged and scatters. We expect to see plenty more such meltdowns in Trump world as Donald Trump continues to circle the drain in this election.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report