Apparently, the only reason the Hannity show books Muslims is to give Sean Hannity the opportunity to look tough on terrorism by bullying and browbeating his guest.
Hassan Shibly, of the Council on American Islamic Relations, was last night’s designated whipping boy. Shibly was apparently invited on the show to discuss Hoda Muthana, an Alabama college student who joined ISIS.
But Hannity seemed more interested in suggesting that Shibly (and, by extension, CAIR) was somehow complicit in Muthana’s radicalization. Hannity asked accusingly why “a controversial group like CAIR” had gotten involved in the matter but asked no relevant follow up questions when Shibly said the family had reached out to him after Muthana’s father attended a lecture Shibley gave on countering extremism and delegitimizing ISIS.
Instead, Hannity began badgering Shibly with such questions as, “Is Hamas a terrorism organization?”
Clearly, Hannity was not looking for any light Shibly could shed on the subject of Muthana and only saw him as a foil for some malicious showboating. Again.
By the way, it’s ironic that Hannity should pull his tough guy act last night. It just happened to be the six-year anniversary of his promise to undergo waterboarding to prove it’s not torture.
Tough guy my foot!
The prince sold most of his stock, but maintain’s 1%. Ruthless Rupy and his boys remain good friends with the prince. A fact Hannocchio refuses to acknowledge for fear of being terminated from his high salary position at the Foxies. Associating with a man who’s country treats women like dogs does not bother Ruthless.
Destroy their rhetoric with these gems.
Photos of a smiling Ruthless with the prince despite the atrocities against women and beheadings in Saudi Arabia.
Photo of the prince meeting Ruthless at News Corporation. Are they talking about abuses against women in Saudi Arabia? Nah!
Look how much the Saudi Kingdom earned from the Foxie’s parent company. Surely, Hannocchio missed the memo. We bet the abused women in Saudi Arabia don’t receive a penny.
Video of Ruthless and the prince at News Corporation. Tie this video to Hannocchio’s waist.
Damaging video of Ruthless’ business buddy the prince.
Hannocchio won’t be able to worm his fat behind out of this one.
Thanks for the reminder about Prince bin Talal. I hope to use it in another post for tomorrow.
PS I was traveling the past two days which is why posting was so light.
Could it be his choice of headgear?
I mean, just put a bandanna (either a red-white-blue one or a camouflage one) on his head, and he’d pass for a family member of the Duck Dynutty.
The Duck Dynutty kkklan’s sociopolitical views aren’t that far removed from those of radical Islamists. But, Hannutty doesn’t seem to have a problem with the Duckers.
This uppity, Long Island Lolito flies off the handle very easily. He is extremely thin-skinned and can’t take criticism very well, a trait that dates back to his troubled youth. Sending him to private Catholic school was a waste of money. Look at him. He’s still a mess after all these years. He’s a product of poor parenting.
The Stop Hannity Express spills more secrets of these Workplace Bullies.
The sorry producers and their lapdogs under them scan newsworthy stories daily. If the story fits into their agenda they take action, and contact that individual to set up a scheduled appearance with a mouthpiece. Prior to the victim’s appearance on the show, these fools will dig up dirt on that person, and their organization. The victim is unaware of the ambush interview because these clowns have not told them about their dirty scheme, which blindsides them when they come on the air. It’s a dirty tactic they’ve been playing for years.
NOTE AND TIPS TO POTENTIAL GUESTS AND MASSES
100% chance they dug up prior media reports on you and your organization, including previous quotes. That’s how they attack their victims.
For example, if you Muslim and asked to appear on any of these clowns’ show. Blindside with these gems.
Saudi Arabia’s Prince Alwaleed bin Talal prime role with the parent company of Fox “News”.
All masses use this script when calling radio talk shows, or writing opinion pieces.
“It’s hypocritical for a Fox “News” host to criticize Saudi Arabia’s treatment of women in their country, when one of the largest shareholder of their parent company is Saudi Arabia Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal. If these Fox “News” hosts feel so strongly about the treatment of women in Saudi Arabia they should quit their jobs at this network, especially the female hosts. All of their contributors should protest this insult by not appearing on this network, but don’t hold your breath. The money and tv appearances are more valuable than the lives of the Saudi women. The prince profits from a parent company while women in his country continue to suffer. All of them are hypocrites."