Sean Hannity and Fox News, though it’s nothing new, are blaming the Obama administration for Department of Homeland Security reports focusing on “right-wing groups.”

  1. The same reports were ordered by President Bush
  2. The reports focus on both left-wing and right-wing (violent) extremist groups
  3. Bush appointees agree with assessing such threats

And, of course Hannity, not missing an opportunity to repeat the mantra brings up two totally unrelated topics (Bill Aires & Rev. Wright) when addressing Barack Obama.

“What do you think of that interpretation, especially coming from a guy that started his political career in the home of an unrepentant terrorist who bombed the Pentagon and capital and sat in Reverend Wright’s church for 20 years?”

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2 Responses to “Sean Hannity Wrong About DHS Report”

  1. thebabbster says:

    Rich coming from a guy who thinks it’s perfectly ok for conservatives to kill other Americans in the streets!

  2. “perfectly ok for conservatives to kill other Americans”

    When was that said by Hannity? I missed it and would like to check up on it.

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