Hannity’s opening monologue eviscerates Morning Joe


Sean Hannity took aim at “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough in his daily mini-monologue during the Wednesday airing of Fox News’ channel’s “Hannity”, calling him out as “one of the most anti-Trump media personalities on TV.”

Mocking the “incredibly liberal” former Republican Congressman with a montage of MSNBC’s anti-Trump coverage, Hannity laughed at the talk show host’s music video, “Mystified,” and slammed him for purportedly sucking up to CNN head Jeff Zucker in order to get a new job.

“Joe, you are a chameleon and a phony,” Hannity stated.

He added, “Now, when liberal Joe wasn’t calling the president of the United States a liar, he is defending his fake news friends over at CNN. This is pretty remarkable. Yesterday, he tweeted, ‘CNN has more integrity on its worst day than Donald Trump has on his best. Real news.’”

Continuing to bait Scarborough, Hannity said, “Now, liberal Joe perhaps is hoping that his fake news network will hire him. Now, if that’s the case, I’d say his audition is going really well sucking up and kissing Jeff Zucker’s a**.”

After playing a few minutes of Scarborough’s bizarre music video for “Mystified,” Hannity commented, “You two are so weird. You’re unhinged, you’ve lost it. I’ll still pay for counseling for a year. The only thing mystifying to me other than why Scarborough made that cringe-inducing music video is why the liberal morning host is so completely obsessed with trashing the president. Maybe Joe should take a check from a song and look inside himself and ask himself if his daily biased coverage is really good for America.”

In a last dig, Hannity added, “By the way Joe, we are sorry you didn’t get hired by Fox.”

Watch Hannity’s mini-monologue in the video below.

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