Oh, woe is me, gentle reader! Is Sean Hannity going to spend the next four years trotting out all his Obama-bogeyman stories, and venting about why the American voters were so stupid as not to have paid any attention to them? Last night it was voter intimidation by Black Panthers, a four-year-old issue which has been dredged up again, and he chose to try that one out on Herman Cain, with mixed results.
Hannity started by noting that four years ago, Panther Jerry Jackson was caught on tape outside a polling site in Northern Virginia, and charged with voter intimidation, though the charges were dropped "by the Eric Holder Justice Department." So what was he doing as a designated poll watcher this year? he asked Cain.
Cain didn’t really rise to the bait, other than saying it was “nothing more than another way to get around the voter intimidation charge and to basically cause white voters to think twice about going to vote” hence the somewhat misleading headline on Fox Nation: “Cain: Black Panthers Caused White Voters to ‘Think Twice.’" He was more concerned about the general level of incivility in the Democrats’ campaign. “If this is where the Democrats are going, and they want to try and be hostile toward people because they disagree with them, this country is in a sad shape. We already have enough problems, but incivility and hostility in politics and -- this is the United States of America --… You should be able to have a different view with someone without them being hostile toward you.”
(Pardon me, I just choked on my aperitif. I mean, this is Sean Hannity, the El Supremo bullyboy, that he's talking to! Okay, better now.)
“The people that voted for Obama,” Cain went on, “they voted for popularity. Obama ran a popularity campaign. Romney ran a substance campaign.” (Oh sorry, I choked again.)
They then went on to commiserate with a pro-Romney actress who tweeted that she’d “probably lost a few jobs in Hollywood with my political views, so sad the tolerant left is anything but.” And oh how horrible, said Hannity, that someone could be “eviscerated” because of their political views (We don't know if she really lost jobs, only that she tweeted that she probably had. That doesn't make any difference to Hannity and Cain.)
Sorry, Mr. Hannity. One scary black man watching one polling station cannot entirely account for your man's defeat. You'll need to come up with some better reasons in your soul-searching.
i wont watch him he isnt worth the time.
Speaking of against the law, the New York District Attorney’s Office is giving Hannocchio a pass on breaking the law. If anyone else did that, they would have been charged.
The Stop Hannity Express encourages all the masses to contact the New York District Attorney’s office and demand Hannocchio be charged with Tweeting a photo of his ballot, again, against the law.
Contact the DA at http://manhattanda.org/
Hannocchio is not above the law. He should be held accountable for his actions. If the DA refuses to charge Hannocchio, then the DA must be removed from his position.
Tell all the masses, through social media, that the New York DA refuses to charge Hannocchio with illegally photographing his ballot.
The masses will continue pressure until the DA charges Hannocchio.
The Express learned of a scheme to try to impeach President Obama. The cast of characters involved in this scheme are the same ones who attack him daily.
NOTE TO HANNITY
Be a man for once in your miserable life and turn yourself in.