Sean Hannity brainstorms nicknames for Ocasio-Cortez including “O-crazy-o” and “O-scare-io”

Lynda McLaughlin: “Maybe we'll put a poll on What should we call her? 'O-scare-io'”

From the January 22 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): And in 12 years, well, the planet's finished, we're done because of global warming, according to A.O.C. By the way, it's not cool to call her “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,” you got to call her “A.O.C..” You got to get with that --

LYNDA MCLAUGHLIN: Well, you know, I think we might have to boycott the “A.O.C.” You know why? Because all these leaders in our past like J.F.K., L.B.J. -- I just don't know if I want her in acronym space yet. I don't think she deserves it. I'm going to call her “Ocasio”, or maybe “O-scare-io”, or “O-crazy-o” --

HANNITY: I like “O-scare-io” --

MCLAUGHLIN: I like “O-scare-io” --

HANNITY: “O-socially” -- “O-socialist-o” --

MCLAUGHLIN: You know, “O-socialist,” “O-socialist Cortez” --

HANNITY: I went through this earlier today, I mean, the --

MCLAUGHLIN: Maybe we'll put a poll on What should we call her? “O-scare-io” --

HANNITY: What should we call her?

MCLAUGHLIN: Anyways, this is her.

HANNITY: Alright, well, let's -- well, we do have a tape of her, she's talking “millennials believe the world will end in 12 years if we don't address climate change.” Okay, let's listen.


MCLAUGHLIN: “Like, like, when the world, like, ends, like, in like 12 years,” “O-scare-io” like, I won't care because I'm Sean Hannity, and I'll be in the woods -- 


Can we play another “O-scare-io?”:

HANNITY: Another “O-scare-io,” go ahead


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