Massive News: Sean Hannity Will continue probe into murder of Seath Rich – Hints at MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS (AUDIO)

Sean Hannity continues to question the suspicious death of Seth Rich, the murdered Democratic National Committee staffer who may have been a source of internal DNC emails leaked to WikiLeaks.

On his radio show, Hannity said he would not stop questioning the death, despite the fact that on Tuesday, Fox News retracted the report he based his commentary on.

“All you in the liberal media, I am not or I retracted nothing,” Hannity said.

During his radio broadcast, Hannity said he feels “badly” for Rich’s family and what they have been through. Although the Rich family doesn’t agree with reports that Rich worked with WikiLeaks, Hannity has refused to back down from the report.

On Tuesday, Hannity tweeted, “I said publicly over and over to the Rich family they are in my thoughts and prayers. I’m trying to find the truth as the Mom Dad bro asked.”

On his radio broadcast, Hannity said the issue is too big now to let it go. “This issue is so big now, that the entire Russia collusion narrative is hanging by a thread if, in fact — take Seth out of it — there was a whistleblower within the DNC, a truth teller, that actually was the source for WikiLeaks and not Russia working with the Trump campaign,” Hannity said.

He continued:

“These are questions I have the moral obligation to ask. And I will do the mainstream media’s job like I have done for most of my career, like we got it right on Obama, his radicalism, his record, on Trump having a chance to win, on Michael Brown, on Trayvon Martin, on Cambridge police, on Baltimore. We’re right, they’re wrong.”

Hannity points followers to Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom in multiple tweets. “Dotcom” is attempting to uncover information on the Rich case.

In his most recent tweet, Hannity said he would have a major announcement regarding Rich, as well as his own future at Fox. The tweet read: “Huge announcement tonight about Seth Rich, Trump/Russian Collusion corrupt media, the liberal effort to silence me. And my future at Fox!”