Fox News Rebukes Sean Hannity & Jeanine Pirro


Fox News announced Monday that Sean Hannity would not be campaigning for Donald Trump at the rally in Missouri but, rather, would only cover it for Fox News. Hannity tweeted along the same lines Monday.

“To be clear, I will not be on stage campaigning with the president,” Hannity tweeted Monday morning, adding that he would simply “be doing a live show” from the scene.

Hannity is not a journalist but, nonetheless, Fox was opposed to him appearing to campaign [even though every other media outlet campaigns for the left daily].

Last night, the President kept coaxing Hannity to come up on stage and he did. He crossed the line into campaigning although it’s hardly a secret who he is rooting for.

Fox News says it “does not condone” its hosts “participating in campaign events” as Sean Hannity and Jeanine Pirro did during a campaign rally with President Trump in Missouri on Monday night.

A network spokesperson on Tuesday called the event “an unfortunate distraction” that “has been addressed.”

“FOX News does not condone any talent participating in campaign events,” read a statement to The Hill. “We have an extraordinary team of journalists helming our coverage tonight and we are extremely proud of their work. This was an unfortunate distraction and has been addressed.”

It is unclear how it was addressed, but we will look into it.


Hannity says he did not intend to go up on stage and was “surprised” and “honored” at being invited to say a few words at the President’s request.

Joe Scarborough and his honey Mika don’t believe him. Former Fox host, CNN’s Camerota called her colleague of 17 years a liar.


On stage, Hannity attacked members of the media covering the rally, saying, “By the way, all those people in the back are fake news.” The media was quick to point out that Fox journalists were “in the back.’

He tweeted Tuesday that he was not referring to his Fox colleagues who do “amazing work”.

Of course he wasn’t, but that isn’t stopping the lamestream media from attacking Fox, Hannity, and Jeanine Pirro.

It’s a trashing Fox News didn’t need right now.

The Democrat media needn’t complain about Hannity’s or Trump’s comments concerning the media. The public knows who is responsible for the fake news and they know it from their own observations.

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4 years ago

By the way, all of those people in the back are fake news.” Sean Hannity.

That is what really bent the Murdoch boys out of shape.

clive hoskin
clive hoskin
4 years ago

I saw a picture of President Trump and it said, “I make STUPID people angry”. 

4 years ago

I should not have been shocked but last night while watching the Fox Trump speech stream or something else I saw repeated use of slanderous left wing labels attributed to conservative people used over and over again in that text ticker they put below the video. I was like Fuck Fox News after seeing that. There are only maybe 5 people I like on there anyways, the rest is like any other news network, plus their other tv shows prove they are not conservative morally whatsoever as they run some of the most wicked shows on tv.

Charles Aronowitz
Charles Aronowitz
4 years ago

I watch much less Fox than I used to.

Alan Tasman
Alan Tasman
4 years ago

Fox Corporation and the Murdock Boys are treading on thin ice. Keep the talent happy that keep viewers tuning in or become just another dying member of the legacy media. Use the ABC and Roseanne Barr illustration as an example.

When your network becomes synonymous with Megyn Kelly, Shep Smith and Juan Williams you will be toast.