Hannity says "no conservative out there" has espoused violent rhetoric like Hollywood celebrities

Hannity says "no conservative out there" has espoused violent rhetoric like Hollywood celebrities

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From the October 25 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): There is no conservative out there, Sebastian Gorka, none -- nobody, ever, it's not been conservatives that have been, you know, saying things -- "I dream an awful lot of blowing up the White House."

It's been Hollywood that wants to punch the president in the face, and showing severed heads of the president, and those that talked about a killing the president, et cetera -- that's been the rhetoric of the left, the media has been virtually silent.

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