After he was thwarted in his attempt to hype terrorism as the cause of the Malaysian airplane disappearance, Sean Hannity turned to a panel of political guests - with not an aviation or national security credential to be found among them – and used the story to advance his anti-Obama political agenda.
First up was Mrs. “Nappy-Headed Ho”, aka Deirdre Imus. Imus had no apparent qualms about adding “politicizing aviation investigations” to her other learn-as-you-go occupations: self-serving rancher/children’s charity manager and “National Leader for Children’s Health and the Environment.”
Imus deliberately stoked unfounded conspiracy theories by saying she was worried the plane might be hidden somewhere so that it can be used against us somehow, complained that authorities are not telling everything they know and “asking,” “Why hasn’t Obama even made a statement? …That to me is suspicious.”
Suspicious of what? Hannity didn’t ask. He sneered, “He’s busy putting his brackets together. Cut the guy some slack.”
Imus continued by referencing another Fox national security “expert,” Sarah Palin: “Meanwhile, he (Obama) makes a comment about, you know, he’s defending himself because everyone’s making fun of him wearing Mom jeans. You know?”
Oh, such fun for Hannity! He joked, “(Obama) was wearing Mom jeans. …I mean, let’s be honest. Would you put Don (Imus) in those? …If that cowboy is wearing those jeans, forget it. He loses his man card.”
Ralph Reed was also on the panel. He’s another one without a single national security or aviation credential to be found on his resumé. But he announced, “It is amazing to me that after the screw-ups - intelligence and otherwise - that led to September 11th, that we still don’t have that sharing of information.” He didn’t bother to explain how it was that we were supposed to force Malaysia to share information with the U.S. or what evidence there is of any threat to the United States anyway. In fact, on the same show, as I have previously posted, aviation experts thought it irresponsible to make any assertions about terrorism at this point.
The third guest, Fox News contributor Jedediah Bila is another one without any relevant credentials or experience. But, to her credit, she took a stand on behalf of restraint and tact. “They have to be careful,” she said, in response to Imus’ complaint about Obama not making a statement and other authorities not saying everything they know. She pointed out that families of passengers on that flight are watching. “They have to be sure before they make a statement. …You have people waiting on their every word.”
Maybe tonight Donald Trump and Palin can attack President Obama over this incident with their own special insights.
Commie Con Hannocchio is too old to bring in younger viewers. The suits are not smart enough to hire a younger host to replace him in the later time slot.
The Perrino/Powers Show can double the ratings in Hannocchio’s current time slot, and bring in the preferred 25-54 demographics. Male viewers would prefer to watch them than the aging Hannocchio.
The Fox “News” suits need to let his contract expire, and set him loose.
Many conservatives don’t like Ralphy. They have personal issues with him. You can find the shallow man standing around talking to close friends at certain events, but don’t expect the top guns in the conservative movement running to him to pose for photos. It’s not going to happen.
Most people don’t know that Jede was an educator. We feel sorry for her former students. They must have suffered in her classroom. We rather home-school children than let them be indoctrinated by this cafeteria Catholic.
Now that we got that off our chest, the Stop Hannity Express presents a blast from Hannocchio’s past.
In the early 90s Hannocchio married Merri Jill in Alabama. She did not move to Atlanta with him until they were married. The photos are of Hannocchio in a tux on his wedding day.
Today, he’s a bitter old man with internal issues.
Heh, heh, heh.
I’ll give The Beaver credit for not using the term libtards, so perhaps they have a future.
We can speculate all we want. Yes, it could possibly be an act of terrorism and may not be. It’s also possible that we may never know or not for several years. Over the years we’ve seen many murder cases that go cold for several decades before the crime is solved thanks to advancements in DNA and other technology devices that weren’t available.
Sean, before declaring this as an act of terrorism why don’t we wait until all the facts are in, I know that could be dull but at least it’ll be accurate.
Plan B? Wasn’t that Plan A all along?
Imus had no apparent qualms about adding “politicizing aviation investigations” to her other learn-as-you-go occupations: self-serving rancher/children’s charity manager and “National Leader for Children’s Health and the Environment.”
She and Orly Taitz should open a law practice/dental office together . . .