HE’S BACK! SEAN HANNITY Breaks Silence After Twitter Account Disappears — Warns Monday is a ‘BIG DAY’
Fox News host Sean Hannity made his triumphant return to Twitter Saturday night. The conservative firebrand thanked all his followers for their support and warned Monday was going to be a “big day.”
Hannity then warned “Monday’s a big day…tick tock.”
“I’m baaaccckk… a lot to say- Thanks for the support all you deplorable, irredeemables. Can’t get rid of me that easy. Too much work to do exposing #deepstategate—Monday’s a big day…tick tock,” tweeted Hannity.
As TGP’s Cassandra Fairbanks reported early this morning — Hannity’s Twitter account vanished on Friday evening.
The last tweet before his account disappeared read, “Form Submission 1649.”
Those who attempted to access his feed were met with a blank account or an error message that read “Sorry, that page does not exist.”
There has been speculation online that he was either hacked or deactivated by a rogue employee, but neither theory has been confirmed.
AND now his page is down. Hannity must've said something someone didn't like.
— DeplorableMidwestGal🇺🇸 (@gal_deplorable) January 27, 2018
The last tweet was posted at 11:46 PM on Friday night.
Hannity’s account vanishing came after defending Trump against reports that the President wanted to fire special counsel Robert Mueller in June.
“Liberal media sheep shocked @realDonaldTrump thought about firing Corrupt Mueller and his liberal team of Hillary lovers, which HE DID NOT DO! They have NO CLUE about what’s coming. Tick tock, tick tock….Stay tuned Irredeemable deplorables. Best Sean,” tweeted Hannity on Thursday.
Hannity didn’t let up on the New York Times reported, adding, “I will NEVER EVER EVER run with
@nytimes anonymous sources. Also notice how liberal media uses a NON story to distract from latest text messages from @FBI lovebirds. FOCUS. #ReleaseTheMemo”
This week, the Fox News host made national headlines for reporting the Justice Department had begun recovered the “missing” texts between FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.