In yet another Fox News installment of Blacks Behaving Badly, the Hannity show discussed “a man who was walking a scared elderly woman to her car" and "was literally rushed and beaten by a mob of teenagers.” In a twist, the good Samaritan was a black man helping a white woman. But in true-to-Fox form, one of the guests lumped President Obama in with the wrongdoers.
Sean Hannity didn’t mention that the perps were African American but the B-roll footage, which played over and over, did it for him.
Hannity’s biggest issue about the case seemed to be that good Samaritan Orrden Williams hadn’t used his gun.
Williams said he “came out OK” but with “some lower back issues” from the fight.
But Hannity wished for a little more blood.
HANNITY: You had a gun with you. …
WILLIAMS: Yeah, it was a tough call. ‘Cause it’s kids involved and to pull a gun on kids and to kill kids after what I went through? I knew after when I got in the car that they didn’t do any damage. …At that point, I saw no need to pull out anything to give me a peace of mind.
HANNITY: You would have been within your rights to defend yourself and I applaud you for your discipline.
After Williams, Hannity discussed the matter with two of his usual African American black attackers, David Webb and Kevin Jackson.
Hannity’s first question: “Do we agree that he had every right in that moment to pull out his weapon?”
Webb replied that Williams’ made his decision “based on safety.”
So Hannity turned to Jackson: What do you think? Because really, those blows were serious, hard blow to the head. I mean, at some point, he could have been rendered unconscious. They could have killed him. He could have had severe injuries. …But certainly his life – I think an argument could be made, was in jeopardy here.
Jackson agreed. “I know a lot of people who wouldn’t have shown that level of restraint.”
But then Webb, a Fox News contributor, gratuitously suggested Obama was somehow to blame.
WEBB: Sean, there’s a bigger problem here. The bigger problem is where do we have gangs of kids roaming the streets in America, doing this? This is a larger context. The black community – and any community – but especially right here. Look at this. This is a gang of black kids. Where’s President Obama? Where’s Al Sharpton? Where are the purported black leaders?
HANNITY: Not gonna happen.
Of course, President Obama already has an initiative to address this sort of thing. But Hannity didn’t mention it.
Instead, Hannity predicted that “just like Ferguson” there would not be any arrests. “And that pretty much is a license granted to these kids to just do it again. Am I wrong?”
Yes, he is. There had already been one arrest made the day before.
Mom and Pop businesses have seen a decline in business thanks to Hannocchio’s coverage. This hypocritical fool complains about gay groups hurting businesses, yet he has done more harm to small businesses in PCB.
Tie this spring break fiasco to Governors Jeb Bush and Rick Scott, and use Hannocchio’s videos as backup. If Jebby decides to run, the masses should use Hannocchio’s criticism of Spring Break in Florida against him.
Samples to get you started
Jeb Bush/Rick Scott silent on Hannity’s Spring Break Coverage
Is Bush/Scott responsible for the Spring Break crimes in Florida?
Bush/Scott turn a blind eye to the Spring Break criminal activity in Florida
Or is there a trademark on that saying the tactic can only be used on black people?
Oh, and since Hannity’s soooo concerned about accountability, is Ted Nugent still a contributor? Maybe Hannity would like to issue an apology and call for accountability on Fox’s behalf regarding Nugent’s NRA rant about how he wants to gun down Harry Reid.
Or is this another don’t hold your breath because IOKIYAR, like when Megyn Kelly and Bill O’Reilly conveniently ignored that, while looking for new feet to hold to the coals?
Hannocchio is still bitter at President Obama for rejecting an exclusive interview with him. Hannocchio can’t take rejection very well, so he launches a personal vendetta against Obama.
This troubled man is very thin skinned when it comes to rejection. And he always has to be right. If you disagree with Hannocchio he gets very upset. His parents should have committed him to a psychiatric facility when they had the chance. Sending him to private Catholic school was a waste of their money.
He is in no position to talk about other kids behavior. This fool has done more things in his life that would make the spring break kids look like angels.
The Stop Hannity Express would advice future guests to research his past before appearing on his show. There’s another side of him that he tries to bury from the public. A dark side.