Jon Stewart really nailed Hannity on his bogus attempt to paint President Obama as a black racist via a 2007 video that Hannity "exposed" the night before Obama's debate with Mitt Romney last week. After noting that Hannity has repeatedly called Obama "the worst president ever," Stewart said, "On the eve of the first presidential debate, the best, most explosive critique that you could deliver of the worst president we have ever had in this country, is treating us to some reanimated bull**** video, already been seen, as though it were the Rodney King tape in reverse."
For your Saturday night enjoyment - at Hannity's expense!
From the October 3, 2012 Daily Show:
It’s really easy destroying Handout Hannocchio’s rhetoric. He’s not that bright either.
Since Hannocchio loves to bring up people’s past, the Stop Hannity Express will bring up his past.
In 1989, Hannocchio hosted a brief talk-radio show, âThe Pursuit of Happiness.âon KCSB-FM at the University of California at Santa Barbara radio station. The show was part of the station’s public affairs department.
He was nothing but a Rush Limbaugh-wannabe stirring up controversy on his show. It was horrible and he was horrible. This Long Island hot-head clashed with station staffers and other talk-show hosts. He was brash and arrogant with an ego as large as the continent of Africa. Here’s a secret: He used to have a uni-brow on his forehead. Picture Eddie Munster.
One day, this big mouth had a guest Gene Antonio, author of the so-called book titled âThe AIDS Cover-Up? The Real and Alarming Facts About AIDS.â The show was nothing but a gay-bashing segment between the host and that author. That show ultimately led to Hannocchio’s termination from the station. Not one to give up, Hannocchio enlisted the help of the local ACLU-we tell this part to the masses in the streets.
Hannocchio lied to his audience by telling them the station fired him because they didn’t like his conservative views. That’s a bold face lie. He was fired for sexual discrimination. The station has records to prove it. He was a liar then, and a liar now.
Hannocchio created such a ruckus in Santa Barbara, he left the city to pursue other opportunities in radio.
He was hired at WVNN radio station in Huntsville, Alabama. There, he continued his hate-mongering and began honing his skills in the world of politics. He got to meet and support local candidates running for office. One particular candidate was a woman named Leah. Second Amendment Leah was a conservative and listened frequently to Hannocchio’s show. One day, he was invited to participate in Leah’s fundraiser.
Hannocchio loves controversy because it brought in ratings for his show. Any guest that was controversial, he would invite on, a pattern that continues to this day.
Hannocchio is a complicated man with hidden secrets. He has no problem exposing other people’s pasts, he does have a problem if people expose his past. There’s more to the man than he lets on. He’s done things in his life that as a so-called ‘christian’ will never be forgiven.
Coming down the pipe: A well-known conservative mouthpiece’s background becomes public knowledge.
NOTE TO HANNITY
Genius, you are the worst so-called talk-show host in the history of broadcasting. You don’t deserve the Marconi Award, or any award given to you-except for Worst Broadcaster of the Year.