As the efforts by President Trump’s enemies are settling into a permanent war of attrition in an attempt to unseat the 45th president, veteran broadcaster Sean Hannity’s nightly program Hannity on the Fox News channel at 10 P.M. E.T. has become – more than ever before – must-see appointment viewing. Hannity has devoted a significant part of his program each night to an intelligent and deep examination of the efforts instigated by the anti-Trump “resistance” movement – issues almost totally ignored by the rest of the mainstream media.
As he has in the past, Hannity begins each night’s show with a monologue. Increasingly, he has dedicated this segment to an artfully organized update on the left’s bizarre, harmful, and growing preoccupation with bringing down President Trump. As multiple investigations of the president and his staff by committees in both houses of the Congress and the special counsel proceed unchecked and expand, they morph into a nagging new status quo. In turn, the fetid bureaucratic D.C. swamp feeds damaging anonymous leaks to the mainstream media maw, resulting in no shortage of material for Hannity and his staff to work with.
It’s a tough job to speak truth to this heavily entrenched and influential Deep State on a large, prominent cable television channel, but somebody has to do it.
Hannity is settling into a pattern, which has helped to make it essential viewing. On most nights lately, the host is being joined by a group of returning experts. They include Sara Carter, a reporter for Circa News who has proven particularly adept at uncovering toxic secrets of the government’s permanent bureaucracy; Jay Sekulow, an articulate constitutional attorney and a recent addition to President Trump’s legal team; and Gregg Jarrett, a Fox News anchor and an attorney who has done original reporting on the subject of the legality and constitutionality of the investigations ensnaring the Trump administration.