Sean Hannity Suggests In Bizarre Tweet That He Could Leave Fox News — Soon

Wait what?

Longtime Fox News host Sean Hannity has always been the controversial type, but that’s kind of been his shtick.

Lately, the controversy that he’s surrounded himself has had to do with his insistence that the recent murder of someone who had worked with the DNC was borne out of some kind of grand conspiracy to silence who really was behind the email leaks from the Democratic Party.

Seth Rich was murdered recently and Hannity, along with a number of other prominent conspiracy theorists, have been hyping up the suggestion that he’s the one who leaked the Democratic Party’s emails to Wikileaks. There is no evidence to back up their claims.

Well now, in the middle of all of this controversy, Hannity has posted a tweet suggesting that his future at Fox is in question. This tweet comes after a number of other prominent Fox figureheads have left the network in the fallout over a major sexual harassment scandal, and it also comes after Hannity has already clashed with sitting Fox executives over his insistence on promulgating the baseless Seth Rich murder conspiracy theory.

Hannity’s Tuesday tweet says: “Huge announcement tonight about Seth Rich, Trump/Russian Collusion corrupt media, the liberal effort to silence me. And my future at Fox!”

Is Hannity ready to leave Fox, and if so, is he posting this tweet to try and make it seem like he’s going out with a bang, so to speak?

For now, we’ll have to wait and see. Combining the various factors at play here makes it a possibility.

Featured Image via Gage Skidmore on Flickr, Available Under a Creative Commons License.


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