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Hannity Venerates Ignorance…

But so do his fans.  What’s said of him can be said of them.  Indeed without them there is no him.

Written by Jim

09/08/2016 at 9:41 am

Posted in Modern Culture

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  1. Hannity lost his luster. Clinton’s victory would probably resurrect his relevance for at least four years, but he prefers not to admit it and continues to attack conservative politicians who, in a direct way, made his “old” show so successful. He should’ve taken the hint when Fox placed him in a time bracket where TV audience is not in its prime. The only good thing he did in the last year or so is to declare he is no longer a Roman Catholic “as before”, but a Christian only. I can’t find the quote to back this up but he repeated the same as recently as during the interviews in the DNC convention and I heard it. A very nice guy personally, according to his own on air enemies with whom he has shouting matches, is now fading into irrelevance because of self-inflicted ignorance.

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