So let’s get this straight. Sean Hannity, a Republican-biased anchor on Fox News, welcomed right wing conservative Mike Huckabee and Democrat Dennis Kucinich, who ran for President as a far-left candidate in 2008, onto his talk show.
Hmm, sounds like the 2 Republicans might gang up on the poor liberal victim, huh? Instead, Kucinich shockingly set off sticks of pure truth-dynamite on behalf of President Trump.
Kucinich implied that the Democrat wing of Washington is in an attempted coup against the “democratic process of the United States” by pushing pell-mell for Trump’s ouster.
All that is really to blame, Kucinich argues, is the power-lust of lifelong deep state establishment heads. “You have a politicization of the agencies that is resulting in leaks from anonymous, unknown people and the intention is to take down a president,” he said as the 2 conservatives sat in stunned silence.
In fact, Huckabee has been somewhat measured in his remarks by comparison, often stopping to criticize Trump or focusing only on partisan politics.
“This is bigger than if you’re a Republican or Democrat and bigger than one President,” Kucinich said. “(What the Democrats and intel agencies are doing) is a threat to our Republic, a threat to our way of life.”