Hannity offers $10k to help boy who is bullied in school — DML pledges $500

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“If someone can get to me the name of the school, the principal, school board members i will gladly make the calls myself and fix this. Also if anyone knows Keaton and his parents, i will gladly fly them to NYC to be my guest & visit Fox News.”  That’s one of the tweets by Fox News host, Sean Hannity on Sunday.

Hannity attached his message to a video originally tweeted by a James O’Grady.

O’Grady tweeted: “This is Keaton Jones. He is amazing. I hope those who bullied him get what’s coming to them. And soon.” 

Below his tweet is a video of young Jones answering questions from his mom while in her car.  It’s heartbreaking to hear the boy explain how he is being bullied at school.

Moments after Hannity tweeted his offer to help, responses flowed in — sparking another tweet from the conservative commentator. “Update; Good news, apparently some Titans and Vol players are helping Keaton. The school needs this Fixed immediately or people should be fired. If Someone sets up scholarship account for Keaton, let’s raise $. I’ll start with $10,000. $5,10,25 pp would be amazing.”

The “Titans” and “Vols” refer to the Tennessee-based football teams, the NFL’s Tennessee Titans, and the Univ. of Tennessee Volunteers.

A while later Hannity retweeted a post from one of the players from the Vols.  “We going to the middle school next Tuesday show young Man some love we will also TWITTER LIVE some of it so everyone can show there love and support”

DML responded to Sean stating DML News would donate $500 if the funding is launched.

DML’s tweet:

 

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