Hannity calls former Fox darling out by name over fake news: ‘Are you proud, Megyn?’

Screenshot of Sean Hannity’s “mini-monologue”

“Are you proud, Megyn?”

Fox News host Sean Hannity exposed the two individuals most responsible for churning out anti-Trump propaganda — the presidents of CNN and NBC News — and by extension, former Fox News personality Megyn Kelly.

He began his Friday night “mini-monologue” by referring to CNN President Jeff Zucker and NBC News/MSNBC Chairman Andy Lack as the “fake news chiefs” and the architects of the “Destroy Trump Media,” and then played clips of specific instances of their over-the-top, unhinged reporting.

On the CNN side, those clips included Jim Acosta, Jeffrey Toobin, Brooke Baldwin, Anderson Cooper, Gloria Borger, and Van Jones. On the MSNBC side, Hannity showed his viewers snippets from Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Chris Matthews, Lawrence O’Donnell, and Rachel Maddow.

After playing the NBC montage he asked Lack, “Andy, are you proud of that kind of reporting?” before asking the same of specific NBC personalities.

“Tom Brokaw, are you proud of that?” he asked. “My former colleague Megyn Kelly … are you proud, Megyn? Are you proud Matt Lauer?”

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