Armchair General Sean Hannity is very disturbed that Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law will be tried in New York City instead of Guantanamo Bay. One of Hannity’s objections is that the suspect will receive “rights.” And even though Hannity has weaseled out of his promise to be waterboarded for charity, he now advocated “dunking” the suspect in order to make him “crack.”
Just like O'Reilly, Hannity is just looking out for you when he hate mongers and, in this case, chucks out the Constitution:
Don’t you think we’d be better off interrogating this guy without letting him lawyer up, without giving him the rights of American citizens for our own safety and security?
…He now has the right of an American citizen and a right to an attorney. …You know what? Over a period of time, these guys crack. These guys break. And they might finally give information to save American citizens’ lives. What’s better for the American people?
Attorney Jeff Gold argued that the suspect is of “low value” and probably doesn’t have much information to give. But Hannity yelled, “How do you know? You don’t know that!” Of course, neither does Hannity. But that didn’t stop him from saying,
We could try him after we dunk his head in water a few times and maybe get some information out of the guy.
Funny, that “dunking” is exactly what Hannity promised to undergo four years ago to prove that it’s not torture. But not only has he welshed on that promise, he’s now arguing that it would “break” somebody. As Keith Olbermann said, when he offered Hannity $1,000 for charity for every second he lasted being waterboarded, "This is no game. This is serious stuff." Not apparently, to Hannity. It's how he makes his living.
Real torture is living in the same household with this Long Island Lolito 24/7.
Note to Kkkannity
You wouldn’t be in this position if Dumya had paid attention to:
Aug. 6, 2001, Presidential Daily Brief, or PDB: “Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S.”