Sean Hannity and his pals not only think he has been vindicated by a spring break gang rape, but Jon Stewart “has blood on his hands” for making fun of Hannity’s salacious spring break coverage in the first place.
To listen to the Hannity panel, you’d think that Stewart had endorsed lawless, licentious behavior and criticized Hannity for not lovin’ it, too.
But that’s not at all what Stewart’s mockery was about. As you can see in the second video below, based on Hannity’s 2014 series on spring break, Stewart’s point was the hypocrisy and sexism. He summed up Hannity’s coverage as “running T and A footage alongside pundits tsking said footage.”
Furthermore, Stewart highlighted one Hannity show panelist, Hannity’s pal, Bill Cunningham, saying about the same spring break, “If I had a college son, I’d say, here’s a hundred bucks, have fun.”
But now that some seriously awful behavior at the spring break spot Hannity highlighted again this year, has occurred, Hannity and his pals have accused Stewart of endorsing it.
Hannity and his new spring break buddy, Gavin McInnes, forgot all about Cunningham. Instead, McInnes – whose own idea of humor includes jokes smearing the poor, gays and pranks about “mythical” racism – turned suddenly sensitive.
In order to smear Stewart.
MCINNES: You have that smug cretin, that despicable Jon Stewart literally touching his eyebrows, going, “What’s the worst that could happen, Hall Monitor Sean Hannity? She’s going to blow out her left butt cheek twerking?” And then everyone laughs and we’re going, “No, no, no. We were there.”
This is a different spring break. Women are getting raped. And they keep laughing. And they keep cracking jokes like we’re at a rape roast and we’re screaming, “Stop, this is news!”
…Jon Stewart and all these other smug liberals that were laughing the whole time are exactly the same as the bystanders that walked by. They have the same blood on their hands. They made jokes about rape and they’re not funny.
To repeat, Stewart made no jokes about rape, nor did he laugh about it. But rather than correct McInnes or his misinterpretation, Hannity said about Stewart, “He’s too busy with his head up Obama’s butt.”
The other guest, Bo Dietl, piled on. “As the father of two daughters, I’m disgusted with this and I’m disgusted with Jon Stewart talking like that. What if it was his daughter. He wouldn’t be talking so smugatacious.”
“Is he going to send his daughter down there? I doubt it,” Hannity said.
But let’s hope this prompts one more time.
Hence, this is free market capitalism at it’s best.
Hey Sean… why do you hate America so much -?
Based on his own bad boy history, Hannocchio is in no position to tell others how to behave. We are surprised he’s not serving time for certain things
McInnes should be banned from Fox for life. His previous involvement in that toxic publication says a lot about his character.