Yesterday, we reported that Sean Hannity mysteriously disappeared on Twitter for a few hours after posting a cryptic tweet. Rumors immediately started swirling that the deep state had taken Hannity out, but the Fox News host just broke his silence to let the world know he won’t be going down that easy.

Western Journalism reported that it all started on Friday, when Hannity’s account tweeted a message that read, “Form Submission 1649.” Immediately afterwards, Hannity’s account seemed to be completely gone, with Twitter users saying they got a “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist” error message.

Hannity’s account was back up the next day, and though Twitter said the account “compromised,” the social media network did not provide any more details.

“While we normally do not discuss individual accounts, for privacy and security reasons, we have permission from the account owner to confirm that account was briefly compromised,” Twitter said in a statement.

Hannity then finally broke his silence to thank his fans for their support.

“I’m baaaccckk… a lot to say- Thanks for the support all you deplorable, irredeemables,” Hannity wrote. “Can’t get rid of me that easy. Too much work to do exposing #deepstategate—Monday’s a big day…tick tock.”

“I just want to take a moment and thank my twitter friends for all of your support in the last 22 hours. It means more to me than you will ever know. God bless you all. Thank you Sean,” Hannity added.

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