Sean Hannity defended Donald Trump's remarks about Mexican immigrant rapists after NBC announced they're cutting their ties to Trump.
Television and radio host Sean Hannity defended GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump, who faced widespread backlash by media outlets following comments made during a speech where he called Mexican immigrants "rapists" and "murderers."...Show More Summary
If you’re declaring yourself as a Republican candidate for president, it seems you’ll need to plan to include Fox News host Sean Hannity into your roll-out. Hannity has another exclusive, this time with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie,...Show More Summary
Even at its worst, rap music is still light years from a culture that prides itself on institutionalized hatred and a history of owning other humans.
Fox News talk show host Sean Hannity is making controversial comments in wake of the recent uproar surrounding the Confederate flag. The conservative pundit, angered at the fact that people want the flag removed from government buildings, wants to ban rap music in retaliation. Show More Summary
"Heaven Is for Real" is lame "heaven tourism," a "divine travelogue for dummies." But not to Sean Hannity!
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) told Sean Hannity Friday, “Today is some of the darkest 24 hours in our nation’s history.”... The post Ted Cruz: ‘Some Of The Darkest 24 Hours In Our Nation’s History’ (Audio) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Fainting couch deployed, commence dramatic meltdown. Republican presidential candidate and actual American senator Ted Cruz joined Fox News host Sean Hannity on Hannity's radio show to foam and sputter about today's Supreme Court decision...Show More Summary
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz denounced the Supreme Court in an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Friday, announcing that he would fight to undermine the court after its decisions regarding marriage equality and the Affordable Care Act. “I’ve introduced a constitutional amendment that...
From the June 26 edition of Premiere Radio Networks The Sean Hannity Show: Previously: Right-Wing Media Respond To Nationwide Marriage Equality: "We Should Weep For Our Country" After Marriage Equality Decision, Fox Analyst Questions...Show More Summary
It's safe to say Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) was horrified by this week's landmark Supreme Court rulings on Obamacare are gay marriage. In an appearance on Sean Hannity's radio show on Friday, Cruz, who is running for president, made it clear he thought the rulings represented a sad moment for America. Show More Summary
Sean Hannity — in case you didn’t remember — is someone they let appear on a national cable news channel. This is a cold hard fact (and one that, despite the Fox News Channel being a lowly place, still surprises at times), despite the...Show More Summary
Sean Hannity blasted rap music on his Wednesday radio show, saying there's no reason to keep it on store shelves if the Confederate flag is banned for being offensive. Young Turks host Cenk Ugyur blasted Hannity's rant, saying the flag carries different connotations than forms of entertainment.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina went on with Sean Hannity for the hour tonight. Fiorina answered Hannity’s questions on immigration,... The post Carly Fiorina: Hillary Clinton Is Not Honest. She’s Demonstrated That (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Young Turks host Cenk Uygur mocked Fox’s Sean Hannity on Thursday for demanding that musical artists like Prince, Jay-Z and Beyoncé be pulled from major retailers because the same was happening to the Confederate battle flag. “That Confederate flag represents the Confederacy that...
Sean Hannity, a host at Fox News, America’s most trusted and reliable source for hip-hop discourse, has a question: Why can you buy rap albums, but not the Confederate flag? Hannity, whose hairline and eyebrows connect, posed this thought-provoking,...Show More Summary
The Confederate flag has long been seen as a symbol of racism … and Sean Hannity is saying rap music is, too! The conservative talk show host said on his radio show Thursday that if the Confederate flag is getting taken down, rap and hip-hop should get taken off the airwaves. His reasoning: artists like Jay Z [...]
Conservative pundit says their music is equally offensive.
America's cultural defender Sean Hannity doesn't understand why America's fine retail establishments would stop selling Confederate flags when they still sell The Rap Music. "I have a question: can you still buy a Jay-Z CD at Walmart?...Show More Summary
Fox News' Sean Hannity is upset, you guys! (Yes, I know he's always upset... but let's put a pin in that for a moment.) Sean Hannity is upset that America is vilifying the racist Confederate flag—just because some racist ConfederateShow More Summary