Sean Hannity Threatened This Democrat With Massive Legal Consequences

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Sean Hannity was furious.

Hannity fumed about Democrats lying about him.

And Sean Hannity threatened this Democrat with massive legal consequences.

As Black Eye Politics reports:

Sean Hannity is furious that Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman used Hannity’s name in a text message to raise money in his Senate campaign against Dr. Oz.

Hannity tore into Fetterman calling him a liar and a coward for refusing to debate Dr. Oz.

“As of now, the Fetterman campaign is refusing to debate Doctor [Mehmet] Oz, also refusing my invitation to appear on the program — as he and his campaign have been lying about me, raising money off of my name, he apparently [sent] yet another fundraising text, attacking me, lying about me, calling me a liar,” Hannity stated. “Every day he lies about me, I’ll continue to tell the truth about his radical, extreme positions.”

Hannity showed Fetterman’s text message falsely claiming Hannity lied about Fetterman and warning that Fetterman was about to hear from his lawyers.

“By the way, my trust fund brat friend, when you attack me, I will attack you back 10 to 100 times harder — because you’re a lying loser and raising money for your losing campaign,” Hannity continued. “He may be hearing from my lawyers very shortly. He better hope that mommy and daddy have enough money to pay his legal bills.

“We don’t lie on the show,” Hannity added. “Instead of accusing me of lying, which we didn’t do, John needs to quit his whining, stop his crying, man up, put on his hoodie, defend his radical opinions.”

There is a very good reason Fetterman refuses to debate Dr. Oz.

Fetterman suffered a stroke in May and his physical and mental functions have not recovered.

Fetterman appeared just twice for brief rallies since hiding from the public for nearly three months.

In both cases Fetterman appeared incoherent, unable to speak in complete sentences.

John Fetterman cannot stand on stage for 90 minutes to debate.

Fetterman is not physically well enough.

Fetterman’s cognitive functions also deteriorated to the point where his handlers do not believe Fetterman can stand on stage and competently recite answers to questions from his advisors.

Pennsylvania features a tossup race that is key for both parties’ chances to win the majority in the U.S. Senate.

If voters saw Fetterman’s physical and mental condition, they would likely judge him unfit for office and reject his candidacy.

Fetterman’s handlers hope to avoid those uncomfortable questions about Fetterman’s physical and mental decline by hiding him away from the public as much as possible.

And that includes ducking debates with Dr. Oz.