Without a doubt, Fox News’ Sean Hannity is one of the biggest frauds in the media. A gutless coward who almost never does interviews with anyone outside those who show up on his show or other “safe places,” over the last few years he’s gone from your typical right-wing hack pushing cherry-picked data and spinning quotes out of context, to a full-blown Alex Jones-level conspiracy theorist without an ounce of shame.
I hesitate to even call him a hypocrite because his hypocrisy is so egregious it borders on outright insanity. Though I don’t think for a moment he’s legitimately crazy — he’s just a scumbag who realized a long time ago he could make himself a very rich man shoveling spoonfuls of b.s. into the mouths of fools who believe him when he says it’s chocolate ice cream.
Take comments he made on Thursday night where he attacked MSNBC host, and former Republican congressman, Joe Scarborough for questioning the mental health of Donald Trump following a bizarre speech where the “president” clearly slurred several of his words.
First, Hannity called MSNBC “conspiracy TV,” which is disgustingly hilarious from someone who’s spent the last few months pushing conspiracies about the murder of Seth Rich, the Uranium One deal from several years ago, the FBI, the “deep state” working against Trump, and U.S. intelligence agencies.
Hannity’s built most of his career pushing conspiracies to gullible rubes who are ignorant enough to think that a self-proclaimed “entertainer” is actually a credible source of information.
“You are not mentally fit to host a TV show!” Hannity said of Scarborough.
“Makes you wonder why Liberal Joe has so much rage and contempt for this president,” he added. “Joe, you are scaring us. I will pay for therapy if you need it.”
I don’t think I need to explain why, of all people, Hannity criticizing someone else for questioning the health of a politician is completely absurd. Not after Trump’s head cheerleader spent a good part of last year’s campaign constantly trying to cast doubts on the health of Hillary Clinton. He dedicated entire segments of his show to questioning her health, while claiming that she had a stroke and Parkinson’s disease — without any proof.
Just imagine what Hannity would be saying had Clinton been elected president, then proceeded to give a speech where she very noticeably slurred her words, struggling to even say “United States.” I have absolutely no doubt he’d have spent entire shows — probably for at least a couple of weeks — trying to cast doubt on her health and whether or not she was fit to serve.
Sean Hannity proves just how gullible millions of conservatives are. A person in his position can’t be as much of a hypocrite as he’s been, while contradicting himself as often as he does, when you actually respect the intelligence of your audience.
That’s why I often tell conservatives, I’ll start showing them respect again the moment they stop supporting people who blatantly treat them like idiots.
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