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Sean Hannity lambastes Prince Harry after bizarre anti-First Amendment sentiments: ‘Royal pain in the ass’

Fox News’ Sean Hannity hit out at Prince Harry for being a “right royal pain in the a**” after the British expat criticized the First Amendment, calling it “bonkers.”

Harry made the
remarks during a Thursday interview with celebrity podcaster Dax Shepard, prompting waves of criticism from Americans who demanded he show respect to the country in which he is staying.

What are the details?

Hannity on Monday pointed out that the First Amendment protected Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, after they publicly accused members of the royal family of being racist during a highly panned interview with Oprah Winfrey.

According to Page Six, Hannity began, “I have a special message tonight for England’s royal pain in the a**, Prince Harry, who thinks America’s First Amendment is, quote, ‘bonkers.'”

“He needs an education — we’ll give it to him,” he teased.

“Harry, we don’t really need you coming from England to give us lectures on the First Amendment,” Hannity insisted later in the show. “And if you can’t understand the importance of free expression and the importance of constitutional principles that allow for a free exchange of ideas and ideals and opinions that make America the greatest country on earth, then maybe it’s time for you to move to a place more compatible with your restrictive ideas.”

Hannity added that he pities Harry due to the controversy between Markle and Britain’s royal family.

“In a way, I kind of feel sorry for you because you seem torn between your new bride and your family back in England,” he said. “Understand this is the same First Amendment that allowed you and your wife to trash your own family in the Oprah Winfrey interview. You and Meghan were allowed to accuse your family of racism.”

Hannity concluded, “We don’t really need lectures about customs or sacred freedoms, and by the way: You’re free to go home, make amends at the palace with the people that you and your wife hurt deeply.”

What exactly did the prince say anyway?

During the widely criticized interview, Harry
told Shepard, “I’ve got so much I want to say about the First Amendment. I still don’t understand it, but it is bonkers.”

He made the remarks in response to the notion of paparazzi taking photos of celebrities’ children.

“I don’t want to start going down the First Amendment route because that’s a huge subject and one which I don’t understand because I’ve only been here a short time, but you can find a loophole in anything,” he continued. “You can capitalize or exploit what’s not said rather than uphold what is said.”

What was the response?

Meghan McCain, co-host on “The View,” fired back at the prince and
said, “We fought a war in 1776 so we don’t have to care what you say or think. That being said, you have chosen to seek refuge from your homeland here and thrive because all of what our country has to offer and one of the biggest things is the 1st Amendment — show some utter respect.”

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas)
chimed in, “Nice that he can say that.”

Broadcaster Megyn Kelly
added, “‘Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.’ Lincoln or Twain or someone smarter than Prince Harry.”

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Sean Hannity lambastes Prince Harry after bizarre anti-First Amendment sentiments: ‘Royal pain in the ass’

Fox News’ Sean Hannity hit out at Prince Harry for being a “right royal pain in the a**” after the British expat criticized the First Amendment, calling it “bonkers.”

Harry made the
remarks during a Thursday interview with celebrity podcaster Dax Shepard, prompting waves of criticism from Americans who demanded he show respect to the country in which he is staying.

What are the details?

Hannity on Monday pointed out that the First Amendment protected Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, after they publicly accused members of the royal family of being racist during a highly panned interview with Oprah Winfrey.

According to Page Six, Hannity began, “I have a special message tonight for England’s royal pain in the a**, Prince Harry, who thinks America’s First Amendment is, quote, ‘bonkers.'”

“He needs an education — we’ll give it to him,” he teased.

“Harry, we don’t really need you coming from England to give us lectures on the First Amendment,” Hannity insisted later in the show. “And if you can’t understand the importance of free expression and the importance of constitutional principles that allow for a free exchange of ideas and ideals and opinions that make America the greatest country on earth, then maybe it’s time for you to move to a place more compatible with your restrictive ideas.”

Hannity added that he pities Harry due to the controversy between Markle and Britain’s royal family.

“In a way, I kind of feel sorry for you because you seem torn between your new bride and your family back in England,” he said. “Understand this is the same First Amendment that allowed you and your wife to trash your own family in the Oprah Winfrey interview. You and Meghan were allowed to accuse your family of racism.”

Hannity concluded, “We don’t really need lectures about customs or sacred freedoms, and by the way: You’re free to go home, make amends at the palace with the people that you and your wife hurt deeply.”

What exactly did the prince say anyway?

During the widely criticized interview, Harry
told Shepard, “I’ve got so much I want to say about the First Amendment. I still don’t understand it, but it is bonkers.”

He made the remarks in response to the notion of paparazzi taking photos of celebrities’ children.

“I don’t want to start going down the First Amendment route because that’s a huge subject and one which I don’t understand because I’ve only been here a short time, but you can find a loophole in anything,” he continued. “You can capitalize or exploit what’s not said rather than uphold what is said.”

What was the response?

Meghan McCain, co-host on “The View,” fired back at the prince and
said, “We fought a war in 1776 so we don’t have to care what you say or think. That being said, you have chosen to seek refuge from your homeland here and thrive because all of what our country has to offer and one of the biggest things is the 1st Amendment — show some utter respect.”

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas)
chimed in, “Nice that he can say that.”

Broadcaster Megyn Kelly
added, “‘Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.’ Lincoln or Twain or someone smarter than Prince Harry.”

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Fired Space Force commander reveals extent of critical race theory, Marxist ideology in military

Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier, a Space Force commander who was relieved of his duty after criticizing “Marxist” ideology within the U.S. military, revealed Monday the extent of far-left ideology within American military ranks.

What is the background?

Last week, Military.com first reported that Lohmeier had been relieved of his post as commander of the 11th Space Warning Squadron at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora, Colorado.

He was fired after appearing on a podcast where he promoted his book, “Irresistible Revolution: Marxism’s Goal of Conquest & the Unmaking of the American Military.”

A Space Force spokesman said:

This decision was based on public comments made by Lt. Col. Lohmeier in a recent podcast. Lt. Gen. Whiting has initiated a Command Directed Investigation on whether these comments constituted prohibited partisan political activity.

What did Lohmeier reveal?

Speaking with Fox News host Sean Hannity, Lohmeier explained that, over the past several years, he has witnessed “Marxist ideology parading around by other names.”

In fact, Lohmeier told Hannity he witnessed aspects of critical race theory being taught to soldiers while in command over several months.

“There were videos being sent out to every base service member that we were asked to watch in preparation for our extremism down-days and discussions on race in which we were taught that the country was evil, that it was founded in 1619, and not 1776, and that whites are inherently evil,” Lohmeier said.

In writing his book and speaking out, Lohmeier said he was just following guidance from Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who called on military personnel to root out extremist ideologies within military ranks.

Austin issued a memo in February directing military commanders to conduct an “extremism down-day.” According to NPR, the memo came as military commanders sought to address the growing threat of right-wing extremism.

“In the guidance memorandum, he basically gave an injunction to every service member to combat extremist ideologies within the force where they saw them, and to take it upon ourselves to protect one another and to speak up and educate one another about extremist ideologies, when we discovered them causing divisions within the force,” Lohmeier said. “And that’s me paraphrasing the guidance memorandum.”


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In a separate interview with Fox News Digital, Lohmeier denied being political or partisan, instead saying he was simply trying to follow Austin’s directive.

“I don’t believe I was being partisan. It is not politically partisan to expose or attack critical race theory or Marxism,” Lohmeier said. “The reason I say that is because critical race theory and Marxism are antithetical to American values. Critical race theory fuels narratives that attack America’s founding documents.”

“I’m being misportrayed online — I don’t criticize any leader, or any person in the DoD or any elected officials — but I try to tee up ideas that I think are toxic,” he added.

Though he has been reassigned, Lohmeier said he has retained his rank.

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Trump tells Sean Hannity he is ‘beyond seriously’ considering another run for president in 2024

Former President Donald Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Monday night that he is “beyond seriously” considering running for president in 2024.

What are the details?

During a wide-ranging interview with Hannity, the former president teased yet another presidential campaign and told the host that he is “looking at it very seriously.”

“Beyond seriously,” he added. “From a legal standpoint, I don’t really want to talk about it yet, it’s a little too soon.”

Trump did not specify the legal standpoint he mentioned, though he may have been alluding to campaign laws and obligations he may have found himself under had he said he will run. Also, he is currently under investigation in New York over past financial dealings, and Georgia prosecutors continue to probe over pressure on election officials during the 2020 election cycle to overturn his loss to President Joe Biden.

Toward the end of the discussion, Hannity told Trump, “It sounds like you’re running. It sounds like you haven’t lost any engagement.”

What are his plans for midterm elections?

Elsewhere during the discussion, the former president said that he plans to get involved in midterm elections, including helping out with Republican candidates’ primaries if necessary, in order to retake Congress.

“Should this now be the Republican Party agenda?” Hannity asked of Trump’s “Make America Great Again” and “America First” agendas. “Should anybody that wants to run for the House or the Senate — should they take this ‘Make America Great’ agenda and fight for those things that you fought for the four years you were president?”

Trump responded, “If they want to win, yes. We’ve expanded the Republican Party.”

“If you want to win, and win big, you have to do that,” Trump insisted. “You have to do it.”


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Anything else to know?

The former president also took a swipe at Biden during the sit-down and said that the ongoing crisis at the U.S. southern border could “destroy our country.”

“They’re playing it down as much as they can play it down. It’s a horrible situation, could destroy our country,” he explained.

“People are pouring in. But you’ll see something as the months go by like you’ve never seen before. Already it’s like you’ve never seen before. There’s never been anything like what’s happened at our border,” he added. “People are coming in by the tens of thousands. They’re walking in. They — we had — all they had to do was leave it alone.”


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Longtime Limbaugh producer and friend Bo Snerdley delivers emotional tribute after Joy Reid says he was Rush’s ‘cover’ to say ‘outright racist stuff’

James “Bo Snerdley” Golden, Rush Limbaugh’s longtime friend and producer on “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” got emotional while recalling the life of the late conservative talk radio pioneer.

Limbaugh passed away Wednesday at the age of 70 after battling stage 4 cancer for at least a year.

Golden made emotional remarks Thursday evening about the passing of his longtime friend to Fox News’ Sean Hannity just one day after MSNBC’s Joy Reid blasted him as Limbaugh’s “cover” to do and say “outright racist stuff.”

What did Golden say?

Appearing on Thursday’s episode of “Hannity,” Golden said that he and the rest of the “Rush Limbaugh Show” family are devastated by Limbaugh’s passing.

“Sean, we can’t wrap our arms around this,” he admitted. “We can’t wrap our brains and our hearts around it that our beloved Rush has returned his talent to God. And we are so thankful for him. You know, Rush is to me a second-generation founding father. This went beyond radio. This went beyond politics, what Rush did for America. One man changed so many trajectories in this country. When Rush began his career, there were 1,200 radio stations, roughly, doing the talk radio format. Today, there are over 12,000.”

Limbaugh’s dynamic personality and ideas changed media, Golden said.

“There was nowhere on TV that you could get conservative ideology; that you could get the values that represent what most Americans believe until Rush. He changed the media. He changed the landscape,” he said. “Rush Limbaugh’s radio show grew for over 30 years. This is unheard of. And our audience from small children all the way up through the senior of senior citizens, and beyond all of this accomplishments, Rush Limbaugh was one of the finest human beings that you would ever want to meet.

“A generous, wonderful, beautiful spirit,” he qualified. “Humble, a gentleman. Never failed to thank people for the smallest service that they could do to him. He never looked down on people. It burns me to my soul when people sully his reputation with falsehoods, calling him a racist.”

A clearly emotional Golden added, “This man was just an incredible phenomenon, and we love you, Rush. God bless you and thank you, Sean, for having me with you to talk about Rush.”

What did Reid say?

On the night of Limbaugh’s death, Reid said that Golden — Limbaugh’s “black sidekick” — was used as a pawn to shield Limbaugh from appearing to be racist.

During a panel discussion, Reid said that Golden was complicit in effecting racism, and said that he was guilty of “racializing” the former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act by referring to it as “secret reparations.”

“[Limbaugh] used his Black sidekick as a cover to do like that kind of outright racist stuff,” Reid insisted.

(H/T: The Daily Caller)

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Kirstie Alley defends voting for President Trump despite backlash

Hollywood actress Kirstie Alley went on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show Monday to stand firm on her decision to vote for President Donald Trump, despite the torrent of backlash she received from announcing her decision over the weekend.

What are the details?

On Saturday, Alley tweeted, “I’m voting for @realDonaldTrump because he’s NOT a politician. I voted for him 4 years ago for this reason and shall vote for him again for this reason. He gets things done quickly and he will turn the economy around quickly. There you have it folks there you have it.”

Hannity called her on his show to hear more about her reasoning, and began by pointing out some of the abuse the actress received for bucking the Hollywood trend of voting for Democrats.

“First of all, you’re brave to come on this show. I give you a lot of credit,” Hannity told Alley, before listing off messages where people told her she “should rot in hell,” and that she doesn’t “have a brain.” He noted that her “deeply held and personal religious beliefs” were also attacked.

“You know, they always attack the same three things,” Alley told the host. “That I’m a fat, irrelevant scientologist.” But, she noted, “this has been going on for 40 years.”

In defending her vote for Trump, Alley explained that in America’s past, politicians left their respective professions — such as Trump, who had not been a politician before running for the presidency — to serve the country and then returned to their trades in the private sector.

Regarding Democratic nominee Joe Biden, Alley hit out against his statements on race, noting, “What did he say, ‘you ain’t black if you’re not voting for me?’ and then these constant gaffes of these actual racist overtones, and I’m like ‘no, maybe you get one where you accidently said something inappropriate, but it’s pretty constant.”


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Two women accuse Fox News hosts Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, and others in sexual harassment lawsuit

Two women who had appeared frequently on Fox News are suing the cable news network over accusations that some of their most popular hosts sexually harassed them.

Cathy Areu and Jennifer Eckhart filed a lawsuit on Monday accusing Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, journalist Howard Kurtz, contributor Gianno Caldwell and Ed Henry of sexual misconduct, including rape. Eckhart worked as a producer on Fox Business, while Areu was a frequent guest and technically met the definition of a part-time employee.

Ed Henry had already been fired from the network on July 1 over sexual misconduct claims.

Eckhart’s accusations

Eckhart accused Henry in the lawsuit of having “preyed upon, manipulated and groomed [her] starting at the young age of 24, by exerting his abuse of power over her and her career.”

She also claimed in the lawsuit that Henry violently raped her, left her bloodied and bruised, and took naked photographs of her in order to blackmail her later.

The lawsuit accused Fox News of not taking action against Henry despite knowing about the allegations, until Eckhart retained legal counsel in relation to her claims.

“My decision to speak out was not an easy one, but I refuse to let fear of retaliation, victim shaming and further attacks intimidate me into remaining silent,” said Eckhart in a statement.

“I am hopeful that my decision to file this action will result in positive change for women at Fox, and for all victims in the workplace,” she added, “and I am honored that other women have come forward since my decision to do so.”

Areu’s accusations

Areu claimed in the lawsuit that Henry also harassed her by sending her sexually explicit messages.

Areu claimed that Hannity offered any man in the studio $100 to take her out on a date. She accused Carlson of attempting to get her to visit him in his hotel room in 2018, and also claimed that Kurtz made a similar attempt in 2019. She also accused Caldwell of trying to begin a romantic relationship with her despite numerous denials.

“Like Ms. Eckhart, I too was fearful to come forward,” she said. “However, I simply could not stay silent given the tremendous harm that Mr. Henry and others at Fox News have caused for women affiliated with the company. I chose to file this complaint because no woman should have to suffer the conduct to which I was subjected, much less the egregious conduct suffered by Ms. Eckhart.”

Fox News responds

In a statement to the Washington Examiner, Fox News said that their third party investigation found Areu’s claims to be false.

“Based on the findings of a comprehensive independent investigation conducted by an outside law firm, including interviews with numerous eyewitnesses, we have determined that all of Cathy Areu’s claims against FOX News, including its management as well as its hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity & Howard Kurtz and its contributor Gianno Caldwell, are false, patently frivolous and utterly devoid of any merit.”

The network went on to address the accusations against Henry.

“We take all claims of harassment, misconduct and retaliation seriously, promptly investigating them and taking immediate action as needed — in this case, the appropriate action based on our investigation is to defend vigorously against these baseless allegations. Ms. Areu and Jennifer Eckhart can pursue their claims against Ed Henry directly with him, as FOX News already took swift action as soon as it learned of Ms. Eckhart’s claims on June 25 and Mr. Henry is no longer employed by the network.”

Ed Henry responds

Henry’s attorney, Catherine Foti, released a statement denying the accusations made by Eckhart and claimed that the evidence would contradict her claims.

“The Me Too movement has helped to bring to light a number of injustices in our society, and everyone that has suffered deserves to be heard,” Foti said. “This is not one of those cases. The evidence in this case will demonstrate that Ms. Eckhart initiated and completely encouraged a consensual relationship. Ed Henry looks forward to presenting actual facts and evidence, which will contradict the fictional accounts contained in the complaint. That evidence includes graphic photos and other aggressively suggestive communications that Ms. Eckhart sent to Mr. Henry.”

Here’s more about the accusations in the lawsuit:


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Editor’s note: This story has been updated to clarify the accusations leveled in the complaint. The specific accusations against Hannity and Carlson are spelled out below. As noted, Fox News strongly denies the allegations, and an attorney for Ed Henry denies the allegations of sexual assault and rape that were leveled against him.

Two women who had appeared frequently on Fox News are suing the cable news network over accusations that some of their most popular hosts sexually harassed them.

Cathy Areu and Jennifer Eckhart filed a lawsuit on Monday accusing a number of current and former Fox News personalities of sexual misconduct, including rape. Eckhart worked as a producer on Fox Business, while Areu was a frequent guest and technically met the definition of a part-time employee.

Ed Henry had already been fired from the network on July 1 over sexual misconduct claims.

Eckhart’s accusations

Eckhart accused Henry in the lawsuit of having “preyed upon, manipulated and groomed [her] starting at the young age of 24, by exerting his abuse of power over her and her career.”

She also claimed in the lawsuit that Henry violently raped her, left her bloodied and bruised, and took naked photographs of her in order to blackmail her later.

The lawsuit accused Fox News of not taking action against Henry despite knowing about the allegations, until Eckhart retained legal counsel in relation to her claims.

“My decision to speak out was not an easy one, but I refuse to let fear of retaliation, victim shaming and further attacks intimidate me into remaining silent,” said Eckhart in a statement.

“I am hopeful that my decision to file this action will result in positive change for women at Fox, and for all victims in the workplace,” she added, “and I am honored that other women have come forward since my decision to do so.”

Areu’s accusations

Areu claimed in the lawsuit that Henry also harassed her by sending her sexually explicit messages.

Areu also claimed that Fox News host Sean Hannity offered any man in the studio $100 to take her out on a date. She accused Fox News host Tucker Carlson of attempting to get her to visit him in his hotel room in 2018, and also claimed that Kurtz made a similar attempt in 2019. She also accused Caldwell of trying to begin a romantic relationship with her despite numerous denials.

“Like Ms. Eckhart, I too was fearful to come forward,” she said. “However, I simply could not stay silent given the tremendous harm that Mr. Henry and others at Fox News have caused for women affiliated with the company. I chose to file this complaint because no woman should have to suffer the conduct to which I was subjected, much less the egregious conduct suffered by Ms. Eckhart.”

Fox News responds

In a statement to the Washington Examiner, Fox News said that their third party investigation found Areu’s claims to be false.

“Based on the findings of a comprehensive independent investigation conducted by an outside law firm, including interviews with numerous eyewitnesses, we have determined that all of Cathy Areu’s claims against FOX News, including its management as well as its hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity & Howard Kurtz and its contributor Gianno Caldwell, are false, patently frivolous and utterly devoid of any merit.”

The network went on to address the accusations against Henry.

“We take all claims of harassment, misconduct and retaliation seriously, promptly investigating them and taking immediate action as needed — in this case, the appropriate action based on our investigation is to defend vigorously against these baseless allegations. Ms. Areu and Jennifer Eckhart can pursue their claims against Ed Henry directly with him, as FOX News already took swift action as soon as it learned of Ms. Eckhart’s claims on June 25 and Mr. Henry is no longer employed by the network.”

Ed Henry responds

Henry’s attorney, Catherine Foti, released a statement denying the accusations made by Eckhart and claimed that the evidence would contradict her claims.

“The Me Too movement has helped to bring to light a number of injustices in our society, and everyone that has suffered deserves to be heard,” Foti said. “This is not one of those cases. The evidence in this case will demonstrate that Ms. Eckhart initiated and completely encouraged a consensual relationship. Ed Henry looks forward to presenting actual facts and evidence, which will contradict the fictional accounts contained in the complaint. That evidence includes graphic photos and other aggressively suggestive communications that Ms. Eckhart sent to Mr. Henry.”

Here’s more about the accusations in the lawsuit:


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‘I couldn’t bring myself to apologize!’ — Shelley Luther explains why she defied Texas lockdown

Salon owner Shelley Luther explained why she chose to protest the lockdown order in Texas and keep her Dallas business open even after she was fined and sentenced to jail.

Luther spoke to Sean Hannity on his show on Fox News on Thursday after she was freed from jail after a decree from the Texas governor. Hannity asked her why she didn’t simply apologize when the judge asked her to admit she was wrong.

“I just couldn’t, I couldn’t bring myself to apologize,” she replied.

Luther said that officials kept pushing back the date for re-opening businesses, which forced her to re-open for the sake of her stylists.

“When he finally pushed it back a final time, I just said, I just woke up one day and I said, ‘I have to open. My stylists are calling me, they’re not making their mortgage.’ I was, at, right now, I still am not caught up, I’m two months behind on my mortgage,” she explained.

“My stylists were telling me that they want to, you know, ‘what do you think if I go underground and go to people’s houses?'” Luther continued.

“And I just said, you know that’s not a good idea, because we can’t control the environment there. We don’t know if it’s been disinfected or anything like that, and I just decided that I would reopen to create a safe space for the stylists,” she added. “And to make sure I wasn’t the reason that they weren’t making money.”

Luther went on to explain what measures she took at her salon to keep the social distancing rules and disinfect her work spaces, despite her refusal to maintain the lockdown order.

Hannity said that he would make a donation to her salon in order to help keep the business afloat for the 19 stylists who work there.

Shelley’s sentence outraged many across the country and led to the governor removing jail time as a punishment for violating the lockdown order. Texas will begin a partial reopening of businesses on Friday.

Here’s the full interview with Luther:


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Fox News Propaganda: Don’t Use the Second Amendment For It’s Intended Purpose

Fox News has stooped pretty low during this plandemic to make sure their corporate masters and politicians are protected while the rest of us starve. Sean Hannity is now asking people to not use the second amendment for it’s intended purpose: to stop tyranny and enslavement.

It’s time to call out the bullshit on all sides of the aisle, since they have all chosen to protect the government at our expense, and this time, Sean Hannity is using propaganda to try to keep the tyrants in power in Michigan. If you are still stuck in the left/right paradigm, you still don’t understand the problem. (Please forgive me for not remembering who said this quote, or I would give them full credit.)

Sean Hannity says in his video “everyone has the right to protest, protect themselves, and try to get the country open.” So far, he’s correct.  Except everyone has the right to disobey the orders of tyrants too and use the 2A to back their decisions with protection if force comes their way. Yet Hannity says the “show of force is dangerous.” No. It’s dangerous to tyranny, not liberty, and we now know which side Hannity is on.  You can’t get much more clear than that and I will not cover for tyranny at all in any capacity.

The police are the ones actively enforcing tyranny on all of us right now, and there is no debating that. While a handful of cops have come out and said they will not violate the liberty and rights of others, the truth is that most police have not, and are even doubling down on the force the ruling class needs to keep us in line.

30 Million Jobs Lost Due To Fear, Panic, & Government Tyranny

“It puts our police at risk,” Hannity continues. The police who are enforcing the tyranny? Because they are. The police who are tossing hair salon owners in jail for living freely and opening their businesses in defiance of tyrannical order in Texas? The police who are attacking and beating people for not properly socially distancing in New York? The police who are arresting innocent honeymooners in Hawaii for defying tyrannical quarantine commands of the state? The hoards of police who won’t stop enforcing tyranny on us at the commands of the ruling class? And we are not supposed to be fighting back? We are supposed to roll over and take the brutality from the police without so much as a whimper?

“You know what,” says Brian of High Impact Vlogs in the video linked about. “Slaves ask for permission. Slaves get ‘permits’ and ask for permission ‘can I please have a right that the Constitution already said that I have? Can I pay my $100 so you can grant me permission to give me a license to have the right to have a gun you weren’t supposed to infringe in the first place?’”

Who Inflicts the Most Gun Violence in America? The U.S. Government and Its Police Forces

Sorry, Hannity, but the police chose their side, and now, so have you. We are not slaves.

After Brainwashing People For Decades, MSM and Governments Are Losing Control of People

We are not pawns in your game. We will not be silenced. We will not go down quietly as the police try to use force and violence to try to earn our compliance with our own enslavement. We are done complying and you cannot control us any longer. People are rising up and getting arrested and worse for refusing to comply with their enslavement, and at some point, the police will run out of people to arrest or realize that they have quickly become the bad guys they have always said they wouldn’t be.

We have figured it out. We know who is on the side of liberty and who is not. Thanks for showing your true colors, Sean. Now bow down, and lick the hands that feed you and the boots that are on your neck.

 

 

 

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Hannity demanded a retraction of a coronavirus article and the New York Times just responded

The New York Times responded Tuesday to a demand from Sean Hannity to retract claims made against him in their article about coronavirus and apologize.

“The columns are accurate, do not reasonably imply what you and Mr. Hannity allege they do, and constitute protected opinion,” wrote David E. McCraw, the attorney representing the New York Times.

“In response to your request for an apology and retraction, our answer is ‘no,’ ” he concludes.

Hannity’s lawyers threatened to sue the Times over an article published on April 18 documenting the death of Joe Joyce from coronavirus.

The family of Joyce say that he was warned not to go on a cruise during the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, but that he ignored the warnings because of the news broadcasts on Fox News downplaying the threat.

One of those cited was a segment by Sean Hannity.

On Monday, Hannity sent a demand from his lawyers that they apologize and retract the story because his report was chronologically a week after Joyce decided to go on the cruise.

“We demand that you promptly remove the foregoing false and defamatory statements from the Stories and any subsequent republications in print or any other medium, and publish a full, fair and conspicuous retraction, correction and apology as to each of the false and defamatory statements identified above,” read the letter from Hannity.

In 2017 Hannity threatened to sue former President Barack Obama with the “biggest lawsuit” possible over reports that he had been incidentally surveilled as part of the investigation into Russian election interference.

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Sean Hannity threatens to sue the New York Times if they don’t apologize and retract coronavirus story

Fox News host Sean Hannity threatened to sue the New York Times over a coronavirus story unless they retracted and apologized for including him.

In a letter from Hannity’s lawyer to the New York Times, his lawyer demands they retract a story that connected Hannity’s statements about the coronavirus to a man who later died from the disease.

The letter accused the Times of “blatant and outrageous disregard for the truth in mischaracterizing Mr. Hannity’s coverage of the coronavirus pandemic and blaming him for the tragic death of Joe Joyce.”

The Joyce story was published on April 18 and detailed how the family of Joyce said that he was a Fox News viewer and believed the virus was a hoax intended to damage President Donald Trump.

The letter continues on to explain that although Joyce took off on his cruise on March 1, the comments that Hannity made and supposedly influenced Joyce were made more than a week later on March 9.

“Moreover, you were fully aware that this was the actual timeline, and in order to mislead your readers and support your false narrative, you withheld the date of Mr. Hannity’s comments from your story,” the latter claimed.

“We demand that you promptly remove the foregoing false and defamatory statements from the Stories and any subsequent republications in print or any other medium, and publish a full, fair and conspicuous retraction, correction and apology as to each of the false and defamatory statements identified above,” the latter added.

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Fox News blasts methodology of study that claims that Sean Hannity’s viewers are more likely to die of coronavirus

After the University of Chicago’s Becker Friedman Institute of Economics published a study purporting to show that Fox News’ Sean Hannity’s viewers were more likely to die of the coronavirus than Tucker Carlson’s, the network fired back, attacking the study’s methodology and defending Hannity’s coverage of the coronavirus crisis.

The study, titled, “Misinformation During a Pandemic,” claimed to show that, since Carlson allegedly treated COVID-19 more seriously earlier on, watchers of Carlson were more prepared and better warned about the dangers of the coronavirus, and thus had better health outcomes.

At the outset, Fox News has a fairly obvious point about the weaknesses of the study’s methodology. The study does not even purport to have evaluated actual watchers of Hannity’s show or Carlson’s show, but instead examined death and infection rates from the coronavirus in counties where Hannity’s viewership was higher than Carlson’s.

Thus, without even knowing how a single actual viewer of Hannity or Carlson interpreted their coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, the researchers claimed to be able to say that watching Hannity led to increased infection and mortality rates from the coronavirus.

Needless to say, Fox News was not amused by the giant gaps in this study and its methodology, calling it “reckless and irresponsible.” Furthermore, Hannity defended his own coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, releasing a timeline of his coverage of the virus. In that timeline, Hannity pointed specifically to coverage beginning on Jan. 27, in which he discussed the arrival of the virus to the United States and its potential impacts, and a Feb. 2 interview with President Trump, during which Trump discussed the possibility of completely closing the borders due to the coronavirus.

Hannity has been widely criticized for allegedly referring to the coronavirus as a “hoax” in a March 9 segment, in which he said, “They’re scaring the living hell out of people and I see it again like, ‘Oh, let’s bludgeon Trump with this new hoax.'” Hannity later insisted that he never intended to call the virus itself a hoax, but rather merely the attacks on President Trump’s handling of the pandemic outbreak.

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