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The Confederate flag has long been seen as a symbol of racism … and Sean Hannity is saying rap music is, too!
The conservative talk show host said on his radio show Thursday that if the Confederate flag is getting taken down, rap and hip-hop should get taken off the airwaves.
Um … okay!
Last time we checked, Hov's words didn't incite a civil war.
Hannity went so far to even take a dig at President Obama and his daughters:
"If it's OK for Obama's teenage daughters and people to go into these stores and buy music chock-full of the N-word, the B-word, well maybe we should consider banning that too. We're in the process of banning everything."
We think the free speech amendment that protects Hannity from expressing his views should apply to music artists too, right?!
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On Monday, the mother-daughter duo sued Fox News, as well as correspondents Sean Hannity and Michelle Fields, about a comment Fields' made regarding Lindsay and Dina doing cocaine together in segment dated February 4, 2014.
As we EXCLUSIVELY reported last year, on Hannity during a segment called "Great American Debate", the two pundits discussed the heroin overdose of Philip Seymour Hoffman just two days prior, and analyzed which other celebrities could face a similar fate.
That's when the female anchor said:
Anyone with a halfway decent sense of humor was sad to see David Letterman announce on his show last night that he’s planning to retire in 2015.
And then, there’s Sarah Palin…
The Tea Party’s mama bear was appearing on, where else, FOX News last night when Sean Hannity asked how she felt to see Dave ending his long run on TV.
Wait, quick rewind back to 2009…
That’s when Letterman made a joke on-air about the former governor and her daughter. Sarah had attended a Yankees game that week and Dave joked:
And the circus continues…
"I don't know why he wouldn't just step up and say, you know, 'Here it is.' Obviously there's gotta be something on there that he doesn't want anybody to see. I don't understand it. You know, as a common American, I just don't understand why we just go through this and I think it's continued to divide the country."
Um, Tuberville, YOU are the part of the group of people dividing the country by still bringing up stupid issues like his birth certificate.
Let’s move on. Please, please, PLEASE let’s move on.
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