How much does Sean Hannity hate President Obama and liberals? So much that when he interviewed anti-Obama artist Jon McNaughton, Hannity offered to buy one on the spot. For extra hatriotism points, Hannity said he wanted to loan it to a museum and then attack liberals as biased if they don't take it.
At about two minutes into the interview with McNaughton - which of course, provided plenty of time to display McNaughton's paintings, Hannity asked if any of them had been sold.
"Not too many," McNaughton said. "I didn't paint them because I was trying to sell them. I painted them because I felt like I needed to make a statement about what was happening in this country."
"Would you sell me that painting?" Hannity asked, referring to one of Obama holding up a burning Constitution. "And I wonder how liberals, if they'd be hypocritical, those that supported crucifixes in urine or the Virgin Mary with elephant dung thrown on it (McNaughton laughed and nodded with appreciation). I wonder if I bought that and went to the very same museums and offered it on loan... Would you sell it to me and I could offer it on loan to these, these museums?"
McNaughton said he'd sell it.
Liberals are museums now? Interesting….
And here’s a disturbing comment left on McNaughton’s Facebook page by one of fans named Darren Young…
“A painting of Obama and Michelle strung up by the American people like Mussolini and his wife were strung up by the Italian people and caught on film, would make for a great painting. :) Adding Pelosi to the painting would be an added touch!”
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His reaction? He stamped his little foot and pulled the rest of his work from the bookstore, whining that BYU is infected with liberalism.
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McNaughton’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jon-McNaughton/157211518652
The Stop Hannity Express would like to see paintings of Hannocchio with the prostitutes at the Bunny Ranch in Nevada. Or a painting of him with a pitch fork, horns and a tail. We know that would be a hot seller.
Post your anti-Hannocchio paintings on the internet for the whole world to see.
NOTE TO HANNITY
We paint you as a hatemonger.
That’s the most I care. Wonder if it meets Hannity’s standards?
“Not too many,” McNaughton said. “I didn’t paint them because I was trying to sell them. I painted them because I felt like I needed to make a statement about what was happening in this country.”*
TRANSLATION: My paintings didn’t sell because nobody likes my art, so I had to come on to Faux sNooze in order to get free publicity, since before today nobody had ever heard of me . . .