“TICK TOCK” Sean Hannity Warns “Monday Starts What Will Become an Avalanche” – Sets Twitter Ablaze

“TICK TOCK” Sean Hannity Warns “Monday Starts What Will Become an Avalanche” – Sets Twitter Ablaze

Fox News host Sean Hannity tweeted a warning to his millions of Twitter followers Friday evening and Twitter exploded in anticipation of his “tick tock” message.

Hannity tweeted, “Tick tock….. From now into next year on many fronts!!!! Monday starts what will become an avalanche. Love to all deplorables. Tick tock!!”

The evidence against Hillary Clinton and the Uranium One deal is heating up.

As we previously reported, the FBI informant who has information on the Clinton-Uranium One deal has broken his silence for the first time. The informant revealed in a telephone interview with Reuters that he is eager to testify before Congress due to his “concerns about Russia’s activities in the United States, but declined to comment further.”

The pressure is also building for Attorney General  Jeff Sessions to appoint a special counsel to investigate the case.

The GP reports:

Investigative reporter John Solomon told Sean Hannity on Thursday the FBI informant has video of briefcases full of money in the bribery of case on Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton is actually showing she is afraid for the first time. In a Mother Jones interview earlier this week she lashed out at the Trump administration over the possibility of a special counsel investigating Uranium One.

John Podesta is also in panic mode. He lashed out on his Twitter account and in an op-ed for the Washington Post claiming any investigation into Crooked Hillary et al is an abuse of power.

Twitter was set ablaze with excited Trump supporters.

 

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