Hannity uses sarcasm to remind people of Hillary Clinton's obstruction of justice

The Hill:
Fox News host Sean Hannity on his show Wednesday night sarcastically advised witnesses in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation to "follow Hillary Clinton's lead" and destroy their personal phones before handing them over to prosecutors.

Hannity's comments — he said he was kidding during the same telecast — followed a report by CNBC that Mueller's team had asked witnesses in its probe to turn over their personal phones for examination of encrypted messaging apps, like WhatsApp, Dust and Signal.

The Fox host lambasted Mueller's "pitbull" team for the tactic of demanding that witnesses turn over phones and all encrypted apps, along with the messages and emails within them.

Hannity then made a comparison to Hillary Clinton, whose use of a private email server when she served as secretary of State prompted an FBI investigation and has been the subject of frequent criticism on his show.

"Maybe Mueller's witnesses, I don't know," Hannity said on air. "If I advised them to follow Hillary Clinton’s lead, delete all your emails and then acid-wash your emails and hard drives on the phones, then take your phones and bash them with a hammer to little itsy bitsy pieces, use BleachBit, remove the sim cards and then take the pieces and hand them over to Robert Mueller, and say, Hillary Rodham Clinton, this is equal justice under the law."

Hannity later said that he was kidding in repeating advice that witnesses should follow Clinton's lead and destroy their phones before giving them to Mueller.
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It was interesting to see Hillary defenders attack Hannity thinking he was serious.  But he has daily accused Clinton of obstructing justice by destroying emails and phones.  It is a criticism of both Clinton and those in the FBI who did not charge her with obstruction of justice.

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