Sean Hannity has been railing about Media Matters’ supposed lapses in ethics for allegedly working with the White House and other media. But when it comes to ethical issues between the Republican Party and Fox News it’s an entirely different story, apparently. During the Great American Panel segment on Friday (2/17/12), when the subject turned to the 2012 presidential campaign, Fox News contributor Nina Easton made a point of disclosing that her husband is a paid advisor to Mitt Romney’s campaign. Hannity not only disagreed with the need to disclose that information, he was outright peeved at her doing so.
Even worse, this is not the first time Hannity has tried to dissuade Easton from making the disclosure.
Next thing you know we’ll have to disclose that we work for Rupert Murdoch and that his media outlets hacked phones, had police on retainer and won a legal decision in a Florida court to broadcast/print lies. When is this water boarding of Rupert’s media gonna end?!!! Will we have to tell the truth some day?!!!!!! Arghhhhhhhhhhh ….
A crack dealer on the streets of New York City is more trustworthy than Hannocchio.
Hannocchio is sneaky, cunning and street smart. We know where he is coming from. There’s another side of him that is not pleasant.
He’s afraid of us because we know about his background. And it’s our duty to inform the masses of him.
Easton has ethics, Hannocchio none.
NOTE TO HANNITY
Didn’t your father teach you anything about ethics? You are an embarrassment to your father.