CNN media analyst Bill Carter apparently never spent much time watching Fox if he's just now realizing host Sean Hannity is nothing more than a right wing propagandist.
CNN media analyst Bill Carter is apparently shocked to find out that Fox's Sean Hannity is nothing more than a right wing propagandist.
Hannity played bad cop to Tucker Carlson's "good cop," cheerleading mass murder of Iranians over a drone. 'Murica.
Only through the lens of Seth Meyers is the Trump/Hannity lovefest watchable. (open thread)
The texts are unusually boring, which makes it obvious that what is critical is what is not said.
Like some overgrown character from West Side Story come to life - and to broadcasting - bullyboy Sean Hannity announced on the air he wants to meet CNN’s Jim Acosta “privately in a mutually agreeable schoolyard, alone.”
In his "Villain of the Day" segment, Sean Hannity pointed the finger at the interviewer instead of the subject of the interview in order to please Dear Leader.
Sean Hannity is Trump TV's favorite fluffer, and Thursday he had his work cut out for him.
It cannot be overstated how dangerous Hannity's staged performances are to the country.
Weirdly, Trump called on Fox News' Sean Hannity to ask a question usually reserved for the WH press corps and then soon after Sean's "Reykjavik" analogy became one of the most used talking points about the failed NOKO Summit in America.
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