POLL: Are you disappointed in Sean Hannity for dropping probe of Seth Rich case?

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The “big announcement” audiences tuned in to hear on Tuesday night concerning the Seth Rich case turned out to be nothing more than Sean Hannity telling his Fox News viewers that he would stop talking about the murder of the DNC staffer who is believed by many to be the source of the emails sent to WikiLeaks.

The liberal media, and the Rich family, are coining the story as a “conspiracy,” but the facts known to the public point to a cover-up of some kind.  Hannity knows this — or at least he did before his own network retracted the Seth story altogether.

In his statement last night, Hannity explained how there is a push to stop his advertisers from supporting the TV show in the same way they alienated Bill O’Reilly’s.   He went on to say the family reached out to him directly and asked he stop investigating the murder.

Hannity said it was his heartfelt communications with Seth Rich’s brother Arron, that led him to decide it was best to “let the story go” for now, but that his team will continue to hunt for the truth.  He did not specify how “his team” will search for the truth, but audiences shouldn’t expect much considering Hannity’s “team” is a group of producers responsible to build a TV show each night.  In other words, Hannity is letting the story slide into the abyss.  And so we ask you, are you disappointed in Hannity’s backing off the Seth Rich story?

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