Sean Hannity Wants to Apologize for Comments Made by Sean Hannity

Louie Gohmert

After Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s recent racial remarks, Fox News host Sean Hannity said today that he would like to apologize for what “Sean Hannity said about Bundy”.

“Clearly Sean Hannity was wrong in his impression of Bundy,” said Hannity.  “I honestly don’t know what was going through Sean Hannity’s head when he made all those positive comments about this now-confirmed racist.  He tried to elevate Bundy to folk hero status, without getting all the facts.  But, as everyone who watches Hannity’s show knows, this is not the first time he has made that mistake.”

Cliven Bundy became a hero of the anti-government right wing after his armed standoff against the Bureau of Land Management, to which he owes over $1 million in grazing fees.

“I compare myself to the founding fathers,” said Bundy.  “Well, those that owned slaves.”

“If Sean Hannity were here,” said Sean Hannity in a radio interview, “I believe that he would be happy to take back anything he said about Bundy.  But that’s something you should talk to Hannity about.”

In related news, “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson voiced his support for Cliven Bundy.  “Without racist guvment hatin’ gun totin’ rednecks, this country would advance.  I’m proud to support a political party that doesn’t want that to happen.”    

By clavius42

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