Thursday, May 25, 2017

Mark Levin: Sean Hannity should consider suing Media Matters

Via Billy

Sean Hannity of Fox News said he would not back down from sharing conspiracy theories about the murder of Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee staffer. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

On Tuesday, Hannity told viewers that there is an effort to "silence" him from making certain comments on air.

"As for my job here at the Fox News Channel — there is an effort now abound to silence me," Hannity said. "That is what we have called on this program as liberal fascism. Attack, boycott, all in an effort to silence conservatives. I serve at the pleasure of the Fox News Channel. I'm here to do my job every night."

Earlier in the program, Hannity announced he would no longer be discussing the murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich as a result of speaking with the man's family. (Nope, Fox said stop covering this or be fired, I believe.)

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