Hah-Hah! Sean Hannity Urges Viewers To Troll ‘Fake News’ Hosts On Twitter (VIDEO)

Fox News’ Sean Hannity is one of the few mainstream media figures passionately supportive of President Trump. Hannity is also leading the charge when it comes to fighting fake news networks like CNN and MSNBC. On Monday night, the Fox News host invited his audience to troll  Jake Tapper and Brian Stelter on Twitter. After screaming nothing but Russia, Russia, Russia, for months, it’s the least we can do to get back at these Democrat activists moonlighting as journalists.

Mediaite wrote:

After patting White House officials on the back for being combative in mainstream news interviews recently, Hannity brought up comments made by Barack Obama in 2008 when he asked folks to “argue” with their friends and neighbors.

“I am not encouraging you to get in your neighbor’s face like former President Obama did,” Hannity noted. “Liberals would say I was calling for violence. But you can call out fake news right at the source.”

He continued, “You can tell ‘Fake News’ Jake Tapper exactly what you think of his interview with Anthony Scaramucci — you can do it on Twitter. Or you can message Brian Stelter — Humpty Dumpty, [CNN President] Jeff Zucker’s stenographer — about his ‘Russia, Russia, Russia’ obsession and lack of desire to be fair and balanced.”

While Hannity didn’t go into too much detail as to what his viewers should troll Tapper about, perhaps a good place to start would be most recent gaffe. Lying about his “modest” background.

Watch Tapper’s lie first hand about his childhood in Philly. Tapper was roasted for lying and rightfully so.


Breitbart reporters:

Tapper casually drew a link between Scaramucci’s modest upbringing, which took place in a blue-collar neighborhood in Long Island, to his own. Tapper, who attended an expensive private high school in Philadelphia, claimed that he grew up in a similar type of working class neighborhood.

“I grew up in a middle-class family, where we had a tight budget,” Scaramucci said in the interview. “I’ve seen people come up to the President that are now struggling. And I’ll say something to you on national TV that is embarrassing to me. I should have seen the economic desperation in the neighborhoods I grew up in.”

“I grew up in a very similar neighborhood in Philadelphia,” Tapper replied.


Tapper, whose father attended both Dartmouth College and Harvard Medical School, felt no need to clarify that, unlike Scaramucci, he attended an exclusive private high school in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, where the median household income was $210,956 in 2000. After high school, Tapper, a legacy candidate because of his father, attended Dartmouth College.

Users on social media blasted Tapper for the misleading moment during Sunday’s interview.

The following tweets were complied by Breitbart News:




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