Sean Hannity Embarrasses Himself in Truly Spectacular Fashion

I feel it’s safe to assume that unless you’re someone who’s gullible enough to view Fox News’ Sean Hannity as a credible source of information, you probably realize he’s a joke who’s nothing more than a propagandist, conspiracy theorist, and, more recently, Donald Trump’s head cheerleader.



From throwing hissy fits over other conservatives calling out Trump, to actually accusing Barack Obama of being obsessed with Trump (no, that’s not a joke), Hannity has proven that he’s willing to say or do practically anything to kiss Trump’s backside.

A great — and extremely humiliating — example of how pathetic Hannity is was put on full display Thursday when he sent out the following tweet:

I’d like to take a second to mock how much of a loser Hannity is that he’s basically taken to mimicking Trump’s behavior by adding petty insults before the names of those he’s attacking. Though I don’t think I need to explain in too much detail the irony of someone like Hannity accusing others of pushing “fake news” or “conspiracies.” After all, this is the same right-wing hack who tried to exploit Seth Rich’s murder to push conspiracies against Hillary Clinton — that Fox News had to retract because he was pushing fake news and conspiracies.

However, in case you hadn’t noticed, in a tweet where Hannity’s trying to call out “conspiracy TV” NBC News for apparently not covering the fact Attorney General Jeff Sessions has asked the FBI to look into the 2010 Uranium One deal — he linked an NBC News article saying exactly that.

So, in an effort to make NBC News look like the “conspiracy TV” that he calls them, the Fox News host actually proved that they’re a credible news organization by linking an article to a story that he’s accused them of ignoring.


I’ve been saying it far too often recently, but you really can’t make this stuff up.

If NBC News is really just “conspiracy TV” as Hannity claims, then why is he linking a news article from them in the first place? Furthermore, as I just pointed out, the fact that they covered this story, despite the fact that Hannity often accuses the media of “covering for the Clintons” only proves that NBC News is a credible network that covers a wide array of stories — unlike Hannity who spends most of his time serving as Trump’s own version of state-run media.

This tweet also proves that Hannity’s attacks on other networks are all b.s. because if he really believed the nonsense he spews, then he wouldn’t have linked to NBC News in the first place. I don’t know about you all, but when it comes to websites that push outlandish conspiracies, I don’t typically share anything from them on social media to back up a point I’m making — unless I’m pointing out how ridiculous they are, and even then I try to avoid linking directly to nonsense. Like I’ve done in the past with conspiracy nut job Alex Jones.

Sean Hannity is nothing but a right-wing clown who’s made himself into a very rich man by pushing lies, conspiracies, and absurd propaganda to naive rubes who are dumb enough to actually think he’s a credible source of information.

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Allen Clifton

Allen Clifton is a native Texan who now lives in the Austin area. He has a degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Allen is a co-founder of Forward Progressives and creator of the popular Right Off A Cliff column and Facebook page. Be sure to follow Allen on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his channel on YouTube as well.

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  • snoshoo93

    People can always expand their material if they choose to be hypocrites…Hannity demonstrates that. He’s pathetic and I try hard to avoid anything he has to say.