You may recall that last week Sean Hannity displayed a very un-Christian-like attitude toward a botched execution in Arizona. Last night, in a nod at balance, Hannity hosted the defense attorney for the executed prisoner. In between browbeating and bullying his own guest, Hannitys only goal seemed to be to promote executions by firing squad.
Hannity was a bit more polite to this guest than he was to his Palestinian-American guest last week. But not by much. And the guest, Dale Baich only got a little more opportunity to speak.
“This is about the state carrying out the death penalty and the execution of one of its citizens…” Baich began before getting interrupted.
Any note of hostility left Hannity’s voice and a note of enthusiasm crept in. “There’s one way you can do it really quickly. What about a firing squad?” Hannity reverted to his combative aggression as he continued: “Is there any means of execution you would support if you don’t like this method?”
Of course that was not at all what Baich was there to discuss. But Hannity was intent on demeaning his guest thinking, apparently, it made him look tough and cool.
Predictably, Baich did not want to express a preference for forms of execution. “That’s not for me to answer,” he said after a bit of bullying. “My position is…”
But Hannity didn’t care what Baich’s position was. In his belligerent voice, Hannity sneered, “Sure it is. For example, if you have a firing squad – it’s over. He’s dead.” He swiped his hands together for emphasis.
“So would you prefer something that would be guaranteed to do the job quickly?” This time, Hannity knocked on the desk for emphasis.
Watch the bloodlust below.
Hannocchio’s little mansion is well-secured with plenty of firearms and other security measures. A telescope can double as a spy camera. Those pesky “libruls” could be watching him.
This aging media hack also has protection at his other properties. Usually, the properties have a security guard stations. No visitor can wander onto the property without first seeing the security guard.
Joe, Hannocchio invests his money in real estate, and other business ventures. He also has plunked down money on commercial properties.
Hannocchio says he will purchase a ranch home in Dallas. Whether he makes this his permanent residence, or Florida, depends on contract negotiations with Fox “News.” He may stay in New York, if the Nixon trainee offers him a lucrative deal with the network.
Slanthead would be the leader of a small squad: himself and his two kids whom he’s probably training right now to handle his AR-15’s (3 of them at last count).
The squad leader’s pistol is covered by his concealed carry permits for two Glocks. Hannity is constantly crowing about his handguns, so we can assume he’s never without them, probably sleeps with them.
The old adage that you are what you eat was never more true.
You also asked, if I’m not mistaken, if I knew where he’d settle down there, on his “little spread.”
I don’t know (maybe Antoinette does). Of course I listen to Hannocchio less and less now. Last time was actually almost a week ago last Thursday when he opened his show while in the middle of a heated discussion with his interns about their diets (just more evidence that Slanthead is slipping down the trivial toilet).
“I eat crap!” Hannity shouted. “And I like it!”
Probably one of the only times in his worthless life that he ever told the truth.
But that was enough for me, and I switched to music.