Wednesday, October 3, 2012

That Awkward moment when Sean Hannity figured out that Obama is Black

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October 3, 2012

In case you missed it, Sean Hannity on Fox News, broke the story Tuesday night that President Obama is a Black man, who gave a speech to an auditorium filled largely with Black people.

This was Hannity’s intro to this Earth shattering news, “On the eve of the first presidential debate, a bombshell is about to be dropped on the 2012 race for the White House. Because tonight, you will hear from Barack Obama like you have never heard from him before.” Yes, it’s all true folks. The President’s gestures and words, which Drudge Report deemed as “angry” were actually animated — but I will acquiesce – Obama is Black. You heard it here first. Well, from Hannity actually.

Sean Hannity’s neo-nazi buddy, Hal Turner

I’ll just drop a couple of Hannity quotes right here.

Hannity once asked on national television “What’s wrong with racial profiling?” So, we can understand his astonishment, finding out that Obama is indeed Black.

In 2008:

Hannity began blaming Obama right in the introduction. Hannity said, “Keeping race issues out of Obama’s campaign is proving very hard, especially when his campaign manager is bringing it up.” (Hannity was referring to David Plouffe’s statement that “the vast, vast majority of voters who would not vote for Barack Obama in November based on race are probably firmly in John McCain’s camp already.”)

Hannity took a neonazi under his wing. He was just being friendly, I’m sure.

In 2005:

This year a man named Hal Turner sat before his computer at his suburban home in North Bergen, New Jersey, posting bomb-making tips on his website, hailing the firebombing of an apartment containing “Savage Negroes” and calling for the murder of immigrants. “When enough illegal aliens get killed they will stop coming to the country!” Turner wrote.

Turner was once a prominent activist in New Jersey’s Republican Party. To area conservatives, he was best known by his moniker for call-ins to the Sean Hannity Show, “Hal from North Bergen.” For years, Hannity offered his top-rated radio show as a regular forum for Turner’s occasionally racist, always over-the-top rants. Hannity also chatted with him off-air, allegedly offering encouragement to Turner as he struggled to overcome a cocaine habit and homosexual leanings. Turner has boasted that Hannity once invited Turner and his son on to the set of Fox News’s Hannity and Colmes. Today, Turner lurks on the fringes of the far right, spouting hate-laced tirades on his webcast radio show. Hannity, meanwhile, remains mum about his former alliance with the neo-Nazi, homing in instead on the supposed racism of black and Latino Democrats.

I could have written dozens of quotes, but that should suffice. Unless, Hannity brings out another video — which has also been around for years.