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Sean Hannity Challenges John Fetterman to Debate: ‘Bring Your Hoodie’

  Conservative radio host Sean Hannity challenged Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D), the Democratic Party nominee for U.S. Senate in ...

 Conservative radio host Sean Hannity challenged Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D), the Democratic Party nominee for U.S. Senate in that state, to debate him on his program Monday after Fetterman used Hannity in a fundraising appeal to supporters.

“He actually has a picture of me and [Republican nominee] Dr. [Mehmet] Oz on my TV show,” Hannity noted on his daily nationwide radio show.

Hannity continued: “‘My dudes’ — My dudes? — ‘spent the entire time spreading BS’ — ooh, look at this, he said I lied about him …. No, I told the truth about your positions, Johnny boy. … ‘Can you please rush a donation of $25 right now to help me … fight back against future Fox News attacks? We’ve got to counter Sean Hannity with as much grass roots support as possible.'”

After describing the fundraising appeal, Hannity lit into Fetterman, attacking him for living off his parents until middle age, and lampooning what he described as his Fetterman’s faux working-class credentials, as well as his radical political record.

“It turns out John Fetterman is a spoiled, lazy trust fund brat, with a tattoo and hoodies. That’s all this guy is,” Hannity said. “This guy’s never had a real job his entire life.”

Noting that Fetterman recently had a stroke, Hannity said: “I do wish him good health … He has campaigned a whopping 11 minus in Pennsylvania while Dr. Oz has been to nearly 200 separate stops, I believe, since the primary was over.”

Hannity then challenged to come out of his “basement” — where “you’re trying to hide just like Joe Biden” — and to appear on his radio program for a full three hours, plus an hour on television on Fox News’ Hannity.

“And then you can explain the positions that you’ve taken over the years, and your lazy lifestyle, and how you lived off your mama and your dada, and how you bought your sister’s house for a buck, and your positions on heroin and everything in between.”

Hannity played several clips of Fetterman, including his stumbling speech as he re-emerged following his stroke, and his radical views, including his opposition to fracking — a major source of jobs and energy in Pennsylvania; his promise to eliminate the Senate filibuster, the only protection for the minority party; his refusal to support any restrictions on abortion; his support for “safe injection sites,” and legalizing drugs; and his claim that releasing one-third of the prisoners in Pennsylvania would not have an impact on public safety.

He also noted that Fetterman had once pulled a shotgun on an innocent black jogger — a scenario familiar from numerous tragic cases highlighted by the Black Lives Matter movement.

“Come on, Mr. Tough Guy. Come on the program. Let’s debate your positions,” Hannity said.

“Bring your hoodie, bring your tattoos, bring your spoiled trust found brat crew with you, and come in my studio and debate me.”

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