Hannity tweets warning “End of Fox News” in support of co-president

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UPDATE: Hannity tweets about his status at Fox.

Sean Hannity went on a Twitter firestorm Thursday afternoon over a report that co-president Bill Shine may not have the support of CEO James Murdoch and co-chairman Lachlan Murdcoch.

Hannity referenced a news report by Gabriel Sherman of the New York magazine, which stated that Shine had requested a public statement of support from the Murdoch brothers, but failed to receive one.

Sherman indicated that Shine, who has been with Fox for 21 years, is concerned about his job after all the recent controversies, and said he had also commented that Rupert Murdoch “isn’t fighting for him” publicly.

Hannity fired off a Tweet, saying, “Gabe, I pray this is NOT true because if it is, that’s the total end of the FNC as we know it. Done. Best Sean.”

He sent another Tweet, apologizing for the error on Gabe’s name, and then added another warning, “Somebody HIGH UP AND INSIDE FNC is trying to get an innocent person fired. And Gabe I KNOW WHO it is. Best Sean.”

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