Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity, right, shakes hands with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence after an interview in July. Hannity and others advanced a narrative in which no institution or authoritative source is legitimate if it contradicts conservative orthodoxy, Leonard Pitts writes.
Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity, right, shakes hands with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence after an interview in July. Hannity and others advanced a narrative in which no institution or authoritative source is legitimate if it contradicts conservative orthodoxy, Leonard Pitts writes. Bebeto Matthews The Associated Press
Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity, right, shakes hands with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence after an interview in July. Hannity and others advanced a narrative in which no institution or authoritative source is legitimate if it contradicts conservative orthodoxy, Leonard Pitts writes. Bebeto Matthews The Associated Press

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