Michael Gaynor
Sean Hannity proudly endorses Donald Trump and Wendy Long
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By Michael Gaynor
June 29, 2016

New York is Trump's home state, he wants to win it, and he will need Senators like Long to have his proposed legislation enacted and his proposed appointees confirmed.

Television and radio superstar conservative Sean Hannity wisely warned voters not to elect and reelect Barack Obama, but Obama became and stayed President anyway.

The silver lining in the debacle that is the Age of Obama is that now many voters realize what Obama really meant when he called for "fundamental transformation" before Election Day 2008.

It hasn't been fun for Americans as the national debt doubled, borders were not secure, ISIS arose after Obama withdrew troops from Iraq and conducted or inspired terrorist attacks in the United States and Europe, and chaos in Syria and Libya resulted in tremendous migration troubling Europe as well as the United States.

Voters would have to be mental to elect Obama's former Secretary of State as his successor. She's no Thomas Jefferson, James Madison or James Monroe.

Nevertheless, Hillary Clinton is the presumptive Democrat presidential nominee.

Hannity wisely warned about the Clintons before.

Hannity is wisely warning about the Clintons again.

Unsurprisingly, Hannity is enthusiastically backing the candidate determined to make America great again, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

On June 20, 2016, Hannity tweeted (www.twitter.com/seanhannity): "I proudly endorse Trump. I like his Judges, Energy Independence, Economic, and Isis plans. Also the wall, & education."

A New Yorker, Hannity realizes that Trump can't do it alone, so on June 28, 2016 he followed up by tweeting his endorsement in New York's United States Senate race between Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer, the career politician who was honored at ACORN's last gala and now aspires to replace Harry Reid as the Democrat Senate Leader, and Wendy Long, an early and strong Trump supporter endorsed by the Republican, Conservative and Reform Parties.

Hannity's tweet was unambiguous: "Proud to endorse fellow New Yorker @WendyLongNY against #CorruptChuck Schumer. Conservative pro-Trump constitutionalist!"

Like Trump, Long is the change agent in a critically important race.

New York is Trump's home state, he wants to win it, and he will need Senators like Long to have his proposed legislation enacted and his proposed appointees confirmed.

Hannity knows that Trump beating Clinton and Long beating Schumer in New York would send the strongest possible message across the United States that America must become great again.

Schumer hasn't shown any interest in debating Long.

Hannity's endorsement spotlights the New York Senate race and helps to make Schumer's timidity obvious.

Wife, mother and dog lover Long is a former law clerk to Judge Ralph Winter, former Chief Judge of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as Justice Clarence Thomas, with whom she shares basic judicial philosophy. She served two conservative Republican Senators, Gordon Humphrey of New Hampshire and William Armstrong of Colorado, before becoming a partner in a major law firm. After that, she was counsel to the Judicial Confirmation Network, supporting the confirmations of Chief Justice John Roberts and Samuel Alito. Then President Obama was elected. The organization was understandably renamed the Judicial Crisis Network, and Long led the opposition to the confirmation of now Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan.

Like Hannity, Long knows that either Clinton or Trump will be the next President.

Long put her position plainly in a recent tweet: "Crooked Hillary is unfit for Oval Office. Let's all unite around @realDonaldTrump for American security and jobs!"

Hannity agrees!

Hannity's right!

© Michael Gaynor

 

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Michael Gaynor

Michael J. Gaynor has been practicing law in New York since 1973. A former partner at Fulton, Duncombe & Rowe and Gaynor & Bass, he is a solo practitioner admitted to practice in New York state and federal courts and an Association of the Bar of the City of New York member... (more)

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