Hannity: Denials From 'Verbal Contortionist' Strzok Reminiscent of Bill Clinton
Sean Hannity reacted to FBI Agent Peter Strzok's testimony before Congress Thursday in his Opening Monologue.
Hannity said Americans have to "suspend all sense of fact and fiction" to believe some of what Strzok said during the hearing.
Strzok appeared incensed when Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) suggested that he holds derision for Trump supporters.
Chabot cited two texts from Strzok that describe "smelling" Trump supporters in a southern Virginia Walmart and classifying the right-leaning Washington suburb of Loudoun County, Va. as "ignorant hillbillies."
Rep. Bob Goodlatte, a Republican from Roanoke, said the "southern Virginia" jab "hit home" for him.
Hannity said that, in addition to not being truthful about his alleged bias against Trump supporters, Strzok displayed "animus" toward Trump and support for Hillary Clinton.
He said Strzok was a "verbal contortionist" who gave "bizarre explanations" and said the agent reminded him of President Bill Clinton's videotaped grand-jury testimony.
At one point, Clinton responded to a question about a sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky by saying, "it depends upon what the meaning of the word 'is' is."
"If 'is' means is and never has been, that is... one thing. If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement," Clinton said.
Hannity said Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page, with whom he was involved while still being married, are invited to join his radio and television programs to tell their full story.