Sean Hannity went on TV and said the one thing about CNN that no one could believe
CNN wants Sean Hannity off the air.
So-called reporters at the fake news network play up every Left-wing protest of Hannity’s advertisers to try to get him kicked off the air.
But Sean Hannity went on TV and said the one thing about CNN that no one could believe.
A viral video of CNN anchor Chris Cuomo threatening to throw a man down a flight of stairs — possibly killing him — exploded on Monday.
Cuomo acted like an animal after the man called him “Fredo.”
Surprisingly, Sean Hannity defended Cuomo on social media.
Cuomo apologized, but on his show Tuesday Hannity doubled down and claimed Cuomo had nothing to apologize for.
The Daily Caller reports:
“Last night on Twitter I defended Cuomo – he did not start this – because I don’t support harassment of any public figure,” said Hannity. “Especially in front of their children and their family and their wife. No person in this country should be taunted because of their political beliefs or opinions and with that said, Fredo was designed to be an insult.”
“I wonder if this is what the left means when they talk about toxic masculinity,” joked Boothe, bringing up the memes and humor behind the incident while adding that it’s not “cool” for people to come up “and heckle you” when out with family.
“I’ve been through very similar things myself,” said Hannity, adding that he “kind of admired” Cuomo for standing “up for himself.” (RELATED: Chris Cuomo Getting Hit On All Sides For Insisting ‘Fredo’ Is An Ethnic Slur)
Referring to the fact that he knew Cuomo while at CNN, Hannity said he “doesn’t deserve this.”
Many viewers were stunned.
CNN would never extend this courtesy to Hannity if such a video of Hannity acting this way ever surfaced.
The only thing CNN hosts would have done is find a way to leverage the video into forcing Hannity’s sponsors to drop his program and force Fox News to fire him.