Hannity Urges Viewers To Troll 'Fake News' Hosts On TwitterChris Menahan
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Fox News' Sean Hannity on Monday night urged his viewers to fight back against "Fake News" Jake Tapper, "Humpty Dumpty" Brian Stelter and "Russia, Russia, Russia" obsessed CNN owner Jeff Zucker by trolling them on Twitter.
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.”Good advice.
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