On Sean Hannity’s Fox News show on February 19, guest Ann Coulter and Hannity got into a heated discussion about the nature of the Tea Party on its fifth anniversary. While both are Tea Party supporters, Coulter differentiated between “people in America who call themselves Tea Partiers [who] are fantastic” and the “con men and scamsters” who “trick good Americans into sending them money, claiming we are fighting for you and they aren’t fighting for you.”
“Basically anyone who claims to be going after establishment Republicans, the key word there is ‘Republican,’” Coulter said. “If we don’t elect Republicans, I don’t care which Republican, we will not repeal Obamacare.” She continued, “The only way to repeal Obamacare is to elect Republicans. It is not to be fighting against Republicans.”
By now we all know that last Friday in a radio interview, ubber liberal New York Governor Andrew Cuomo caused quite a stir when discussing the split in the Republican party…a split between the moderates… translation: the RINOS…and the true conservatives of the party who he accused of being anti-abortion, anti-gay rights, pro-assault weapons, and pro-Second Amendment…which by the way they are, but it’s what Cuomo said after that has raised the ire of conservatives everywhere NOT just in New York.
Needing moderate RINO support and endorsements for his 2014 re-election bid, especially from those in big money Democratic electorates on Long Island and in Westchester county he asked, “Who are they?…Are they these extreme conservatives, who are right to life, pro-assault weapon, anti-gay? Is that who they are? Because if that is who they are and if they are extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of New York.’’
Speaking with radio talk show host Bill Cunningham and Joe Trippi, Fox News’ Sean Hannity said a source who was in Friday’s meeting told him that he believes Obama wants to go over the fiscal cliff as part of a cynical political ploy.
According to Hannity, the unnamed source not only said that Obama wants to go over the fiscal cliff, the administration planned to do so from the very beginning.
On Thanksgiving, Sean Hannity aired excepts of a movie called “District of Corruption” that Hannity said “details the highest level of cronyism in Washington dating back to the Clinton administration.”
Steve Bannon, writer and director of the film and the author of “The Corruption Chronicles,” joined Hannity with executive producer Tom Fitton.