Discussion: Hannity Says He Didn't Personally Discuss Real Estate Loans With HUD

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“No. I never discussed such things with HUD. I discussed them with Donald Trump and Michael Cohen, who just happened to have a nice sit-down brunch the next day with Ben Carson in the offices of HUD on a lovely $31,000 dining room table.”

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I can believe that Sean didn’t really understand what his investors were doing for him.

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Suddenly, Hannity ceases being reckless with what he says, instead parsing his language very carefully. One wonders why…

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Don’t like how your being portrayed in the media? Reap what you sow, dude.

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Yeah right, Mr. I-only-gave-Cohen-Ten-dollars…

I am sure the knuckle-draggers and missing-links in your audiance will buy your BS… anyone else…tough

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I believe in putting my money to work in communities that otherwise struggle to receive such support.

Yes. Because Hannity is well known for his support for the poor and disenfranchised.

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Besides, how could this possibly compare to an Arkansas land deal involving Bill and Hillary Clinton that the media wrote about incessantly during the '90s?
After all, Slick Willy was just a Democrat Party president, as opposed to the paragon of journamalistic ethical integrity that is Sean Hannity!

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“The LLC’s are REAL companies that spend real investment money on real properties,” the Fox News host said in a statement.

So, why not just name them all variations of "Sean Hannity Property Investments, LLC"?
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“The fact is, these are investments that I do not individuallyselect, control, or know the details about; except that obviously I believe in putting my money to work in communities that otherwise struggle to receive such support.”

In other words: “Hey, the Jew did it, not me.”

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Every time I hear one of these jackholes say the words “I never…” or “absolutely not…” or something of that nature, I start a timer.

Because yeah, he did.

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That and any permutation of the words: “I look forward to defending myself in court.”

That’s code for Guilty.

Guilty, guilty, guilty.

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“First, I want to apologize to Sean,” New York Times op-ed columnist
Bret Stephens began. “I once called him Fox News’s dumbest anchor. He’s
clearly the shrewdest real estate developer. I think it’s funny Sean
Hannity turns out to be a welfare queen for HUD, having taken advantage
of guarantees that were put forward by none other than the [Barack]
Obama administration.”

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Yeah, this shit never came up at Mar A Lardo, when I was hanging with PP…

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Yep. He made it sound like a blind trust. I call bullshiite too.

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“It is ironic that I am being attacked for investing my personal money in communities that badly need such investment…

Yes, spending money on a neighborhood can only mean you are trying to improve it. The DoD spends millions on Syrian neighborhoods, look what it's done for them.

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I’m sure Hannity’s instructions to his real estate advisers are along the lines of, "I don’t care about the return, I just want to invest my money where it will help the most people of color. If I lose money doing that, que sera , sera.

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He sounds just like a slum lord.

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Unless there is more than in the Guardian story, I think there is less to this than meets the eye. Hannity sounds like an investor in a real estate business. Many of them are very legit and if well run are safer than the stock market.

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