I don't believe that any of this - on either side - began until Bill Clinton's win in the Presidential election of 1992. Hillary made herself an adversarial political figure during her episode leading a collection of government bureaucrats, led by the now well-forgotten Ira Magziner, in an ill-conceived effort to reorganize health care for the everyone else. The public got a good taste of her shrill, authoritarian and self-serving manner in the Congressional testimony that capped off that failed effort, and the impression among many was lasting. Your references to events before that and my supposed need to study them were merely an effort to distract.
I don't share your unrealistic obsessions about a multi generational conservative conspiracy, and don't act on the fantasies you imagine attend it.
Hannity is rather dully repetitive in his political rhetoric, and I have no comment or opinion regarding the supposed fraction of his programs involve references to Clinton. She certainly has been a significant figure in Democrat politics throughout his career as a Cable News broadcaster, and the still ongoing partisan investigations of President Trump had their origins in the Hillary defeat in the 2016 election. It may be interesting to know just whhat percentages of the appearances of opposing MSNBC or CNN broadcasters involve references to President Trump. Whatever it may be I believe it has very little significance to any rational person, just as does your obsessive concern for the frequency of Hannity's references to Hillary.
Human nature is the same on both sides of the political aisle, and the elements, both good and bad of the political play of both sides in these disputes illustrate this abundantly. Only conspiracy- obsessed theorists, such as yourself remain focused on such absurdities,