Hannity torches Blinken congressional hearing: ‘Is it possible for one person to be that stupid?’

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Hannity torches Blinken congressional hearing: ‘Is it possible for one person to be that stupid?’

Fox Information host Sean Hannity pulled no punches reacting to Secretary of Condition Antony Blinken’s congressional hearing Monday, questioning in his opening monologue on “Hannity” no matter whether it can be “achievable for one human being to be that silly.”

“Wherever is Mike Pompeo where we need him?” Hannity questioned, contacting Blinken “so completely and completely and completely clueless it makes Neville Chamberlain seem like Patton in comparison.”

Various GOP CONGRESSMEN Demand from customers BLINKEN’S RESIGNATION Through CONGRESSIONAL Listening to

“Tony Blinken is that dumb and a complete fool,” Hannity ongoing. “[He has] No clue about the real planet. No clue or being familiar with at all about the enemy that is the Taliban. They are our enemy. They are terrorists. How dumb are you? How is it doable for one person to be that silly?”

Hannity torched the Biden formal for expecting “the Sharia loving Taliban to protect the legal rights of ladies and women.” The host pointed to disturbing footage that seems to show Taliban fighters beating a lady who can be heard yelling out in suffering.

“You are not viewing the videos, Tony? Not seeing any of the beatings we are exhibiting just about nightly?” Hannity questioned. 

“Blinken was lying as the world watched the Taliban on the shift, they did nothing. When they had full security and security in Kabul, they could’ve extracted each individual American and every Afghan ally and even the billions of dollars of military equipment. Donald Trump’s prepare, the one that he experienced in location, we would had to keep Bagram airbase in perpetuity,” the host stated.


Earlier Monday, 3 distinct Republican congressmen instructed the Secretary of Point out to his deal with that he must tender his resignation for his unsuccessful management in the area.

Hannity agreed, telling viewers that if Blinken has “any honor at all,” he would resign immediately.

“Antony Blinken is living an alternate actuality,” Hannity reported. “He must be fired or  impeached.”