Sean Hannity’s mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore.
Hannity went after CNN host Brian Stelter and the network as a whole for its brazen bias favoring Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Things got personal when Hannity called Stelter a “little pipsqueak” on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday.
“I literally watched this show on CNN over the weekend, and you got this little pipsqueak named Brian Stelter. And he allowed this arrogant professor from the Kennedy School of Journalism to talk about Trump being a demagogue, and demagogues like Trump become dictators.”
What else can one expect from a pundit who recently accused Trump of sending “coded” ISIS messages through the media. Yeah, he did.
But it’s likely Hannity was firing off at Stelter because he’s brutally criticized the Fox News host for fueling “conspiracy theories” around Clinton’s health.
Whatever the case may be, no one from CNN is in any position to criticize someone else for their news coverage. Least of all Hannity, who runs an openly conservative show that is in no way disguised as an independent news source.
CNN on the other hand? Well, Hannity pretty much summed it up.
They “literally kiss Hillary Clinton’s ass, and Obama’s ass every day.”
Needless to say, Hannity got the “Fox & Friends” cast squirming with those remarks, but truth is the truth.
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