Sean Hannity was “all in” for Ted Cruz’ suggestion that Hannity, Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh moderate a Republican debate.
In a post-debate interview on the Hannity show, Cruz complained about the CNBC moderators. “How about a debate moderated by Sean Hannity and Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh?” Cruz suggested. “Now that would be a debate.”
“I’m in,” Hannity readily answered. “And I think I can speak for the other two – they’re in as well. I do agree with you because these questions are downright hostile. And I believe this was a horrible night for the news media and in many instances tonight a disgrace to the profession of journalism.”
At the end of the segment, Hannity repeated his eagerness to moderate a GOP debate. “I would be all in for a moderated debate with me, Rush and Mark. If they’re on board, I’ll ask Reince Priebus [RNC head] if he’s willing to do so,” Hannity said.
Watch it below, from the October 28 Hannity.
The Banana Republicans are already on their way to loosing in an historical landslide to Hillary so whatever crazy stuff they do from here on is only worth the laughs anyway.
Well now, Seannie Poo — if these repub presidential candidates can’t stand up to hostile questioning by the news media, how can we expect them to be able to stand up to the terrorists?
In your live stream thread I’ve documented clearly unbiased “Fox & Friends” doing their CNBC-bashing using the standard liberal mainstream media line of thickly sliced baloney. It continues to get worse with GOPTV™ as they’re now bringing in the candidates for softballs and a circle-jerk on how biased everyone but GOPTV™ is. Thus far Rubio, Christie, and Huckabee (being softballed on the topic as I type this) have all grinned ear-to-ear as they get to pile on the mainstream media, bash Hillary, and preach their campaign sermon to the choir.
What right-wing propaganda factory Fox News continually ignores is that the liberal mainstream media they’re constantly in a lather over is the exact same media liberals are always in a lather over decrying as being the conservative corporate media.
What a hoot. ;^)