The Democrats have constructed an impeachment case accusing former President Donald Trump of incitement of rebellion, however “Hannity” host Sean Hannity identified Tuesday that leaders on the left have spoken in a similar way with few to no penalties.
Trump’s exhortation to his supporters to “combat like hell” previous to the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol has come beneath scrutiny, in accordance with Hannity, despite the fact that the frequent phrase has been used on either side of the aisle.
“If that is the brand new commonplace for incitement to rebellion, then when will we start the method of holding everybody within the Democratic Social gathering and the left accountable for his or her phrases and actions?” the host requested. “As a result of the listing is lengthy.”
Hannity famous that Democrats, together with President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, have regularly inspired their very own supporters to “combat like hell” as effectively.
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In the meantime, Senate Majority Chief Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., “bodily threatened” Supreme Courtroom Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh on the entrance steps of the Supreme Courtroom again in March.
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“Based mostly on his requirements, Chuck Schumer must be impeached,” Hannity mentioned.
As well as, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., inspired her supporters to “create a crowd” and harass White Home staff in public, whereas on March 20, 2018, Biden mentioned he would have taken then-President Trump “behind the gymnasium and beat the hell out of him” if they have been in highschool.
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“That appears like a risk. Sounds insurrectionist,” Hannity reacted.
“Republican members now want to use the identical requirements to all elected officers. That’s one technique to finish this insanity,” he went on. “Ought to they actually? No. But when they’re going to play that sport and that’s their commonplace, all the foundations ought to apply equally.”