Wednesday, June 21, 2017


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Hannity's Headlines
Wednesday, June 21
Democratic Senator Admits Russia Obsession is Destroying His Party
Democratic Senator Chris Murphy publicly admitted on Wednesday that the liberal obsession with Russia-Trump conspiracy theories is destroying his party; alienating average voters and ultimately costing them future elections.
WATCH: NATO Fighter Jet Buzzes Plane Carrying Russia Defense Minister
A NATO fighter jet intentionally "buzzed" a Russian plane carrying Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu somewhere over the Baltic Sea this week, prompting Russian fighter jets to chase off the American-made F-16, reports Yahoo News.

Kellyanne Conway Trolls Liberals Over Georgia Special Election Loss
Liberals are reeling from their loss in the special election to fill HHS Secretary Tom Price's seat in Georgia's 6th congressional district. In what was expected to be a tight race, Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff 52-48%.

Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway fired off several tweets shortly after Handel's victory to rub a little salt in the open wound of Democrats, many of whom had been touting the special election as a referendum on the president.
State Department Launches New Clinton Investigation
The State Department has launched a formal inquiry to determine if Hillary Clinton and top aides mishandled top-secret material during her tenure as Secretary of State, possibly revoking the failed democratic nominee's security clearance, reports Fox News.

The probe will determine if Clinton and her staff violated federal law and protocol by using a private, off-site email server to exchange classified information and documents.
REPORT: DNC Refused to Allow Homeland Security to Investigate Hacked Server
Former Director of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday, telling lawmakers his agency offered to help the Democratic National Committee investigate allegations of Russian hacking, but was ultimately rebuked by the party, reports Fox News.

In his opening remarks to Congress, Johnson said his agency had previously offered to help the DNC look in to alleged Russian intrusion in to their computer systems, but was told the "DNC did not feel it needed DHS's assistance at this time."
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