Fitton told Dobbs tonight, “Sean Hannity’s been victimized in this process. He name was leaked out. There was no reason to betray…” Dobbs briefly jumped in to explain what happened to viewers, noting what Hannity said earlier today about Cohen. “Any consultation with an attorney,” Fitton said, usually kept confidential, and there’s really no good reason for the court…” Dobbs jumped in to say there’s clearly a reason: “these are ideologues, this whole posse of partisan hacks put together by Robert Mueller and the Justice Department.” Fitton agreed on the Mueller probe and even suggested that Trump should “seriously consider pardoning everybody caught up in this.” Watch above, via Fox Business Network. [image via screengrab] — — Follow Josh Feldman on Twitter: @feldmaniac
Arguably, the mere fact of a consultation or communication with a lawyer, should be confidential (or, in the least, not publicized). But out of control Muller special counsel op seems to run DOJ, so all bets are off — it is all about getting @RealDonaldTrump. https://t.co/AkHhViIelq— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) April 16, 2018
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, defended Sean Hannity during an appearance on Fox Business Network tonight. Fitton spoke with Lou Dobbs about Michael Cohen and the FBI/DOJ. Fitton has repeatedly criticized the Mueller probe and just last week denounced the raid on Cohen’s office as politically motivated.