Like a Pavlovian dog, Sean Hannity and his Fox News pals can’t seem to talk about Brian Williams’ controversy without making it about Hillary Clinton.
Of course, Hillary Clinton has nothing to do with the controversy about Williams’ fabrication(s) and how it has rocked NBC News. But that hasn’t stopped Hannity and others on Fox from turning the Williams story into one about Clinton. While forgetting about Fox's own falsehoods about "Muslim no-go zones," President Obama's birth certificate, the discredited ACORN videos and more.
Last night, Hannity introduced a segment by saying, “So Brian Williams faced the consequences of his lies – and he’s a journalist. What about politicians? Shouldn’t they be held to the same, if not a higher standard?”
“Just look at Hillary Clinton,” Hannity continued. He brought up her comments about Monica Lewinsky, coming under fire in Bosnia and being named after Sir Edmund Hillary – and, of course, Benghazi. Just to make sure audiences got the point, the lower third blared, “HILLARY’S LIES” throughout the segment.
“Should she be held to the same standard as Brian Williams?” Hannity asked, suggesting she's getting off easy. It’s a ridiculous question given that Williams has been suspended, but still has a job, while Clinton has not even declared that she’s trying to get one.
The two guests, Democrats Penny Lee and Doug Schoen did a decent enough job of pushing back, though Democratic wanker Schoen gratuitously made a point of highlighting what he thinks Clinton’s bigger problems are. And neither so-called "Democratic strategist" seemed to think it useful to point out the very thin glass house from which Hannity and Fox were throwing stones.
Watch it below, from last night’s Hannity.
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