You Won’t Believe What Laura Ingraham Just Said About Sean Hannity

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Laura Ingraham was not happy with what Sean Hannity did.

Ingraham let the world know.

And you won’t believe what Laura Ingraham just said about Sean Hannity.

As Great American Daily reports:

Laura Ingraham blamed Sean Hannity for one of Donald Trump’s most controversial decisions.

Donald Trump stunned many of his closest supporters by endorsing Dr. Mehmet Oz in the Pennsylvania Senate race.

Trump claimed Dr. Oz was the most electable candidate.

“Perhaps most importantly, I believe that Mehmet Oz will be the one most able to win the General Election against a Radical Left Democrat looking to do unthinkable harm to our Country. Women, in particular, are drawn to Dr. Oz for his advice and counsel. I have seen this many times over the years. They know him, believe in him, and trust him. Likewise, he will do very well in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, where other candidates will just not be accepted,” Trump declared.

The Dr. Oz endorsement did not sit well with Trump supporters.

Dr. Oz supported red flag confiscation laws that permit left-wing judges to allow police to barge into Americans’ homes and seize their firearms.

Dr. Oz also once said America needed to copy Communist China’s lockdown approach to combat the coronavirus.

Dr. Oz also spoke in favor of abortion.

And Dr. Oz once ran an episode of his syndicated television show focused on transgender surgeries for children.

On Fox News Laura Ingraham asked former Trump White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway – who is advising David McCormick in the Pennsylvania Senate race – if Donald Trump erred in endorsing Dr. Oz.

“Do you think the Trump endorsement of Oz was a mistake?” Ingraham pressed.

Conway responded by talking up how Republican candidates from around the country traveled to Mar-a-Lago to win Trump’s endorsement.

“Well, President Trump’s endorsement in these Republican primaries is a highly sought after and deeply consequential piece of political currency. So many people want it, they make the trek to Bedminster or Mar-a-Lago–” Conway began.

Ingraham was not satisfied by that answer and asked a second time if Trump committed an error by endorsing a candidate who agrees with the Democrat Party on guns, life, and transgenderism.

“Was it a mistake, Kellyanne?” Ingraham asked.

Conway – surprisingly – refused to talk up her own candidate and instead seemed to offer excuses for Dr. Oz claiming Dr. Oz made a “rookie mistake.”

That did not satisfy Ingraham.

Instead, Ingraham noted that Sean Hannity endorsed Dr. Oz and that Hannity’s support carried great sway with Donald Trump.

“Hannity, I think, I believe endorsed Oz and I think that’s, you know, that’s probably not inconsequential for President Trump,” Ingraham added. “You wouldn’t answer the question whether it was a mistake. I think it was a mistake to endorse Oz. I’ll say it. I’m not afraid to say it. It was a mistake to endorse Oz.”

The Pennsylvania Senate race will likely prove decisive in which party controls the majority next year.

Republicans look poised to hold the seat and reclaim the majority.

And what worries many conservatives is the fact that Dr. Oz is a Mitt Romney clone.