WOW…things seem to be getting really exciting over there at FOX News network. During the presidential election, the mainstream media and all their polls had people convinced that Hillary Clinton was going to take the White House, and then America…and then our liberties.
They pushed and pushed the idea that Hillary Clinton was going to win by a landslide. Which of course comes as no surprise since the liberal media shamelessly pandered for Hillary Clinton throughout the campaign.
However, good ‘ol Sean Hannity was not so easily persuaded by the creepy Clinton’s attempt at making herself look like America’s angel of grace and goodness, and he was quick to challenge even his own bosses on the matter.
Now this week, it has been exposed that some Fox News executives were actually so furious with Hannity for refusing to say that Clinton was going to come out the victor that they were literally considering firing him.
SEAN HANNITY! Firing Sean Hannity…really?
“As most of the publications themselves clearly state, the sample obviously can’t be representative of the electorate because they only reflect the views of those Internet users who have chosen to participate…Another problem — we know some campaigns/groups of supporters encourage people to vote in online polls and flood the results,” said executive Dana Blanton. “These quickie click items do not meet our editorial standards.”
Despite the garbage going down all around during this controversy surrounding Hannity, he still refused to back down and do as he was told. He’s no robot, and continued to report what he knew to be the truth…and the truth was, Hillary Clinton has no business running any nation, let alone this nation.
“You’ve got this list of polls, Donald Trump wins. You watch TV, Hillary Clinton wins,” the Fox News host said. Brian Kilmeade then backed him up, saying, “The online polls show you guys won in overwhelming margins.”
Now look, in the end he was right…and still has his job, for now. There are still some butt hurt feelings…and the controversy seems to never sleep.
Many think Fox owes him a sorry, and a fat thank you.
What do you think?
Should Fox keep Sean Hannity?