Hannity: “I Plead Guilty” To “Going Soft In Interviews With Republicans”

Sean Hannity: “I Make No Bones About It. I Want The Republican To Win”

From the April 20 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Now let me go back to this other idea about the media. The media has accused me of going soft in interviews on Republicans. I plead guilty. I absolutely plead guilty. You know why? Because I want one of them to win. The difference between me and them is they didn't do their job when it came to vetting this Frank Marshall Davis, Alinskyite, ACORN disciple, of the church of GD America, best friends, starting his political career in the home of unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. But they're the ones that were supposed to be the objective people. They're the ones that don't have a partisan point of view. And the fact that Barrack Hussein Obama ended up only being asked about his relationship with Ayers and Dohrn, part of the Weather Underground that bombed the Capital, New York City police headquarters and what else did they bomb? I forgot one other place.


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