Sean Hannity Tweets His Own Fake News
Sean Hannity – and fellow FOX broadcaster, Jeanine Pirro – both appeared onstage with President Trump at a campaign rally, which violates every code of ethics in journalism giving new meaning to FOX’s slogan “Fair and Balanced.” Hannity tweeted the same day that he wouldn’t be appearing onstage with his BFF, but when he was handed the microphone he made sure to repeat Trump’s slogan, “Promises Made, Promises Kept.”
In spite of reports, I will be doing a live show from Cape Girardeau and interviewing President Trump before the rally. To be clear, I will not be on stage campaigning with the President. I am covering final rally for my show. Something I have done in every election in the past.
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) November 5, 2018
Sean Hannity is now on stage at the Trump rally repeating Trump's midterm campaign slogan, "Promises made, promises kept."
Hannity, earlier today: "To be clear, I will not be on stage campaigning with the President." pic.twitter.com/lP2GYubdoK
— Christina Wilkie (@christinawilkie) November 6, 2018
Sean Hannity just took the stage next to Trump in Cape Girardeau. Earlier today he released this statement: "To be clear, I will not be on stage campaigning with the President."
And then he called the actual reporters in the back "fake news".
— Allie Malloy (@AlliemalCNN) November 6, 2018
Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro spoke alongside Donald Trump at a rally last night, prompting some to describe the network as "state media" https://t.co/0Utp3vVrdc #Midterms2018 pic.twitter.com/i4uEZcbbZG
— ITV News (@itvnews) November 6, 2018
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) November 6, 2018
So Sean Hannity is sort of like Chick-Fil-A Joseph Goebbels
— jeremy scahill (@jeremyscahill) November 6, 2018
HANNITY: I write the songs that make your whole world sing.
TRUMP: I sing the songs you love and embellish some things.
HANNITY: I write the songs that make the young girls cry.
TRUMP: We write the songs, We write the songs. pic.twitter.com/tIa7YN6g3D
— Jeremy Newberger (@jeremynewberger) November 6, 2018
“Promises Made, Promises Broken.”