Last Updated on September 8, 2023
Notorious neo-con Fox News host Sean Hannity told his viewers to purchase Liberty Safes because the manufacturer keeps safe combinations on file along with a stockpile of extra keys. Now, Liberty Safes is sharing those combinations with the federal government.
Liberty Safes, a supposedly pro-America company that manufactures residential safes for guns and valuables, is facing massive public backlash after providing the FBI with the combination to open the privately-owned safe of 34-year-old non-violent J6 demonstrator Nathan Hughes.
More than two years after the J6 demonstrations, Hughes is being charged by the Biden DOJ with felonious Civil Disorder for the apparent crime of standing outside the U.S. Capitol Building, and the Bureau raided his Arkansas home in connection with the charge.
Ahead of the raid, Liberty Safes provided the FBI with the code to Hughes’ safe.
As a result, the safe manufacturer is facing a backlash that’s being compared to that felt by Bud Light after it partnered with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
What’s more, is that an old Liberty Safe advertisement recorded by Fox News host Sean Hannity is going viral on social media, with internet users blasting the notorious Fox News neo-con for not just helping to sell Liberty Safes, but for selling them on the premise that the company will keep private safe combinations on file, just in case the combination is forgotten.
“Hey to all my friends at Liberty Safes, listen, I have two huge liberty safes at my house,” Hannity says in the ad.
“I have one little problem,” he goes on. “I forgot my combination and I lost my key but, my friends at Liberty, they took care of me.”
“They got me a key, they got me my combination, and everything’s great again, and everything I have is totally and completely safe thanks to Liberty Safes,” Hannity concludes.
As of the publishing of this article, Sean Hannity HAS NOT retracted his endorsement of Liberty Safes.
— Liberty Safe (@libertysafeinc) June 28, 2016
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