Sean Hannity Slams Mika Brzezinski's ‘Insane Rumor’ Trump Misses Porn

It’s certainly no surprise that Sean Hannity disagrees with many of the comments made by Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC. However, the prime-time Fox News Channel host went far further than that during his Thursday program, when he criticized the co-host of Morning Joe for claiming President Trump is “upset” that he can’t access pornography in the White House.

Hannity began by referring to the liberal cable channel as “Conspiracy TV” before stating that “liberal Joe” and his co-host “can’t help themselves” when it comes to “pushing untrue, absurd theories about the president’s mental health.”

However, he noted, Brzezinski “actually ventured out on her own and floated this insane rumor” before playing a video of the morning co-host from earlier that day. In the clip, Brzezinski said:

I’ll tell you a couple of things. First of all, the hypocrisy is astounding because I know someone who spoke to Donald Trump recently about life in the White House.

Trump’s biggest complaint was that he’s not allowed to watch porn in the White House. There’s a little bit of news for you.

Of course, several people in the studio laughed out loud about the comment, and a female panelist asserted: “I bet they have those, you know, 1-900 numbers blocked too, which must be a disappointment.”

“I’m not really sure,” Brzezinski responded, “but it just flies in the face of all this.”

When the camera returned to Hannity, he had a question for the chairman of MSNBC.

“Andy Lack, are you proud of that?” the FNC anchor asked. “Is this what is so-called news over there at 30 Rock?”

“This is so insane, honestly, I can’t even bother,” he added.

Of course, no one at MSNBC criticized Brzezinski for quoting an unnamed source for her accusation, but she wasn’t done trashing Trump yet.

“I … feel really strongly about these comments,” she asserted, “and they made my blood boil. I was shaking when I heard them.”

The Morning Joe co-host then claimed that MSNBC political analyst Elise Jordan and liberal journalist Walter Isaacson were next to her, and “both were shaken” by the remarks from Rudy Giuliani.

“Here he is, undermining a woman’s credibility because he says: ‘Look at her’ and laughs derisively,” she continued before firing more venom at Giuliani: “What a pig” she said not once but twice in the next few sentences.

“This is a guy, Donald Trump, who ran pageants for a living,” the MSNBC anchor continued. “I’m not a fan of pageants, but I’m not going to judge someone” who does that just before rendering her judgment that “the Miss America pageant is making great progress” by abandoning its swimsuit competition.

“Beyond the hypocrisy,” she added, “this is a really bad day for women if this is exactly the person the president wants speaking for him.”

Brzezinski then turned to Stephanie Ruhle, a guest and host of the MSNBC Live program, and stated: “This is not the America that you and I have been trying to pave the way for women for. We have a long way to go for women knowing their value.”

“The president and his attorney have taken us back, like decades,” she continued.

Ruhle responded by going even further: “It’s a bad day for humanity.”

It’s always interesting when people in the liberal press claim they’re not going to judge someone just before doing exactly that. Perhaps one day they’ll be able to recognize their own hypocrisy as others see in them.

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