Hannity condemns the New York Instances for ignoring Swalwell’s involvement with the alleged Chinese language spy

After four years of “hyperventilating” foreign electoral nuisances, the mainstream media appear to have changed their minds as it covered inadequate coverage of Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., And his connections with a suspected Chinese spy, said Sean Hannity on Tuesday.

“In the last few weeks we have noticed a sudden, dramatic change of heart among so-called journalists in the press,” said the presenter of “Hannity” to the audience at the beginning of his show.

“After spending four years hyperventilating every second, minute, hour, and day over foreign electoral disruptions, which has been proven wrong, the so-called journalists don’t seem to care.”

Last week, Axios published a bombshell report that a woman named Fang Fang, also known as Christine Fang, had links with Swalwell as a councilor in Dublin, California.

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According to the report, Fang helped raise funds for Swalwell’s 2014 re-election campaign and hired an intern to his office. Fang allegedly forged other ties with Democratic politicians and allegedly slept with at least two mayors of the Midwest.

The New York Times, which won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the Russia investigation that fueled the collusion narrative between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, has not touched history. Most recently, the Gray Lady ignored a letter from 17 members of the Republican House urging spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi to remove Swalwell from the House Intelligence Committee “immediately”.

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“Swalwell is on the all-important Intel committee in the house and he knows secrets and no one else should know about China. Have you had any pillow talk?” Said Hannity.

“Well, let me be very clear, I don’t worry about his personal life,” he continued. “The real question is, is he compromised? … Has he been giving any secrets? Did she use his computer, maybe while he was sleeping? But the New York Toilet Paper Times doesn’t ask any of those questions. They didn’t cover the story at all , not a single report, nothing.

“Pretty gross,” added Hannity, “but always predictable.”

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By Monday afternoon, CNN and MSNBC had spent a total of five minutes on the scandal. Hannity noted that ABC News had allotted “a whopping two minutes” to the story. NBC and CBS News avoided the story entirely.

“Does that shock you?” Said Hannity. “I wonder if his name was Trump and how they would react.”

Michael Ruiz of Fox News contributed to this report.

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