Sean Hannity likes to pretend he’s a regular guy and rail against “elites." Just pay no attention to his multimillion-dollar earnings. But lately I’ve noticed that Hannity spends a lot of time “mentioning” his friends in high places or his insider connections with those same people. So when he brought up his connections to Stephen Baldwin within the first 30 seconds (if not sooner) of their interview last night - and went on to boast about his private screening of Baldwin's film - I thought it was time to start documenting all the elite privileges this “regular guy” boasts about.
“You and I are pretty good friends,” Hannity said, apropos of nothing having to do with Baldwin’s appearance on Hannity last night.
“Absolutely,” Baldwin agreed.
“We argue every once in a while,” Hannity said, driving the point home about their palsiness.
“We debate,” Baldwin concurred.
Then Hannity dropped how he got some kind of VIP screening of Act of Valor, the film Baldwin is involved with:
"One thing we are not going to disagree on. You were really, really kind to get me – and I’m so glad that you did – it’s out Friday night, Act of Valor, and I sat there and I watched this with my kid and I was, like, explaining to him, ‘You’ve got to understand. Those are not actors.’”
Yes, just a regular guy getting a private screening with his son from his “good friend,” Stephen Baldwin. Doesn't everybody?
Industry insiders know Hannocchio doesn’t like to pay for anything, if he can get it for free.
In the past, Hugh’s lunatic son has received free invites to concerts by country music and rock artists, free food on out-of-town trips, and more in exchange for a mention on his shows. He uses his fame to pimp people for goods and services.
Everything about this self-centered fraud will become public knowledge this year.
NOTE TO HANNITY
You are losing your audience each day. The truth about who you really are has surfaced.
Sean Hannity, who regularly excoriates “evil, librul Hollywood”, is boasting about his friendship with a member of . . . “evil, librul Hollywood”?
Fox News: killing irony since 1996.