Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Sean Hannity

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Unstumpable Trump
Without their insane conspiracies, what would the Liberal Media talk about all day?

Michelle Malkin, a conservative commentator, is of the opinion that MSNBC host Rachel Maddow can see black helicopters flying around her head.

Talking to Sean Hannity on Fox News last Friday, Malkin told him Maddow has probably become Reynolds Wrap’s “number one customer” for being insistent on covering the conspiracy regarding alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, almost every night, despite not having a shred of evidence to prove any of the allegations.

“I think that Rachel Maddow must be Reynolds Wrap’s number one customer because the tin foil hat consumption is through the roof,” Malkin said.

“Her number one goal is to bash and obstruct the Trump administration — it has been since day one,” Malkin explained. “And they’re going to beat that dead horse until they can’t do it anymore.”

Following the duo’s discussion of the several dozen times Maddow has tried to push the Russia-Trump collusion conspiracy theory without any supporting evidence, Hannity and Malkin moved on to excoriate the Rolling Stone magazine for claiming that Maddow was the “most rusted name in news.” Both journalists agreed that this only goes on to prove that the left continues to live in a bubble or an “echo chamber.”

During the show, Hannity also expressed his grief at the “breathless hysteria” created by the left-wing media outlets over allegations surrounding the Trump-Russia conspiracy, which have so far proved to be pointless.

“It is an allusion factory, it is an echo chamber,” Malkin said, referring to the mainstream media. She further elaborated that President Trump not only has to deal with the Washington swamp, but also those in the liberal media.

“People are sick and tired of it…there is so much real news that is going on,” Malkin said, calling Rolling Stone’s Maddow claims a “slap in the face.”

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At least Hannity isn't standing alone.

Sean Hannity, popular Fox News host, began losing advertisers on Wednesday following his controversial coverage of a conspiracy theory involving Seth Rich, the slain DNC staffer. In his response, Hannity blamed left-wing media activists for targeting his sponsors over the contentious story.

Buzzfeed News had a reporter talk to Hannity’s sponsors; apparently, Cars.com was the first advertiser to drop Hannity’s show.

“Cars.com’s media buy strategies are designed to reach as many consumers as possible across a wide spectrum of media channels,” a spokesperson told BuzzFeed News.

“The fact that we advertise on a particular program doesn’t mean that we agree or disagree, or support or oppose, the content,” the statement continued. “We don’t have the ability to influence content at the time we make our advertising purchase. In this case, we’ve been watching closely and have recently made the decision to pull our advertising from Hannity.”

Peleton, a privae cycling studio company, also dropped its ads from Hannity’s show on Wednesday. The company tweeted its decision in response to a tweet regarding advertisements on the show. “We directed our media agency to stop advertising on Sean Hannity’s show. This will take a few days to take effect,” the tweet read.

The controversy surrounding Seth rich began when he was shot dead in an incident police officials claim to be a botched robbery attempt. However, conspiracy theorists were quick to latch onto the story, claiming that because nothing had been taken from the DNC staffer, he could have been killed in connection to the leaked DNC emails that were sent to Wikileaks. The leaked emails irreparably damaged Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, which she eventually lost. Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange fired up the conspiracy theories even further by subtly suggesting that it was Rich who was their source.

Following an investigator’s sensationalist claims regarding the conspiracy theory, Hannity was quick to take up the case. However, Fox News retracted its story immediately after Seth Rich;s parents began accusing the reporters and the investigator of distorting the facts of the case.

Hannity then tweeted his intentions of pursuing the story further. “Congress, investigate Seth Rich Murder! @JulianAssange made comments u need to listen to! If Seth was wiki source, no Trump/Russia collusion[.]”

However, Tuesday evening on his show, he gave up his pursuit out of respect of Seth Rich’s family. He said he would stop talking about the case to prove the real reason behind Rich’s murder.

Since then, Hannity has been criticizing left-wing media group Media Matters for America for encouraging advertisers to drop his show because of the controversy.

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How low will they go?

Left-leaning media outlets made sure they left no opportunity to make claims that ex-Fox News guest had been allegedly harassed by cable host Sean Hannity – However, their stories were built on rumors as opposed to facts.

As per a radio interview conducted on Friday, with 1170 KFAQ host Pat Campbell, Debbie Schlussel said “Hannity tried to get me to go back to the hotel after the show after he and his executive producer Bill Shine [now Fox’s co-president] treated me horribly.”

Schlussel went on and said she was banned from Fox News, because she had refused to go back to Hannity’s hotel after a book signing in the early 2000s. Schlussel on the other hand, did not acknowledge that fact that he had asked Hannity to his hotel room.

Ignoring the fact that the ex-Fox guest never claimed that Hannity sexually harassed her, even the radio station she spoke with characterized the conversation that way: “Debbie Schlussel accuses Sean Hannity of Sexual Harassment.”

“I would never accuse him of that. Sexual harassment has a special meaning under the law, and I would never accuse him of that,” Schlussel had stated. “I never thought I was sexually harassed by Sean Hannity — I thought he was weird and creepy, not someone I liked.”

This false story had spread all over the Internet ever since, with the The Daily Beast running the since-changed headline, “Sean Hannity Accused of Sexually Harassing Fox News Guest,” and The Huffington Post writing, “Sean Hannity is the latest Fox News star to be accused of sexual harassment.”

Since then, The Huffington Post and The Daily Beast have since updated their stories. And in an interview Monday, with LawNewz.com, Schlussel, a lawyer, set the record straight.

Hannity released a rather scornful statement following Schlussel radio interview last week & made it evident that he would take her to court for libel,  Let me be clear about the comments about me on a radio show this week K by this individual are 100% false and a complete fabrication. This individual is a serial harasser who has been lying about me for well over a decade. The individual has a history of making provably false statements against me in an effort to slander, smear and besmirch my reputation. The individual has not just slandered me over the years but many people who this individual disagrees with.”

Schlussel went on forth and mentioned that Hannity is considering a countersuit, despite the fact that her comments were “defamatory.”

 

 

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megyn kelly

While most of the media leans far left, Fox News leans right, so it is a shock when one of the major anchors says Megyn Kelly is is “with her”.

Sean Hannity responded to a segment on Megyn Kelly’s show that has the Internet a buzz today.

The Fox News super star, Megyn Kelly said that the presidential candidates are dodging tough interviews.

“They’re both in their own version of a presidential protection program. She is not in a place where she feels uncomfortable or anything unexpected could come at her, which is why she sat for a half an hour with Mary J. Blige, the singer, which is why she did Entertainment Tonight this evening.

And Donald Trump, with all due respect to my friend at 10 o’clock, will go on Hannity, and pretty much only Hannity, and will not venture out to the unsafe spaces these days, which doesn’t exactly extend the tent.”

Those comments didn’t sit too well with Sean Hannity.

Maybe Hannity was upset that Megyn Kelly compared his interview style to Mary J. Blige, or it could be the fact that Donald has done tough interviews. In fact, he even sat down with Megyn Kelly earlier on the campaign trail.

Sean Hannity defended Trump on Twitter by saying, “Megyn Kelly, you should be mad at Hillary Clinton. Clearly you support her. And Donald Trump did talk to you.”

Hannity also pointed out that Trump is hitting the interview circuit ant the campaign trail hard, but where is Hillary?

It is understandable why Megyn Kelly would not be a fan of Donald Trump, especially after their pubic fallout following the first GOP debate in the primaries.

Does Megyn Kelly support Hillary, who knows, but what we do know is, the offices and hallways at Fox News is probably as tense at it has ever been.

Do you think Megyn Kelly or Sean Hannity is right about Trump? Let us know in the comments below.

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