Hannity says bomb a Russian convoy and then don’t take credit for it to confuse Putin.— Richard Hanania (@RichardHanania) March 2, 2022
It’s possible to get mad at Kristols and Frums for stuff like this. But it’s impossible with Hannity, hard to even consider him a sentient human being. Just filling air pic.twitter.com/QYwenxtnBV
MCCONNELL: President Biden’s precipitous withdrawal from Afghanistan was a message to adversaries like Putin that America was rethinking our forward-leaning position in the world. If we had not cut and run in Afghanistan, I do not think Putin would have tried to invade Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/myCMP8XBqx— Senate Republican Communications Center (@SRCC) March 2, 2022
Hannity: Why isn’t there some group, nobody has to take credit for it, I believe in covert operations and plausible deniability… Why don’t we take out that convoy? pic.twitter.com/siv78EMAGc— Acyn (@Acyn) March 3, 2022
Hannity floats the idea of taking out the convoy without taking credit again. pic.twitter.com/bdauNllsPZ— Acyn (@Acyn) March 3, 2022
As much as I dislike the Biden administration, Sean Hannity and Republicans like Sen. Roger Wicker have begun to make the case that the alternative could be worse.