Fox News’ Sean Hannity is patriotic and a great American.
So when Hassan Shibly, the executive director of CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) Florida, was hesitant to refer to Hamas as a terrorist organization, Hannity stopped the conversation immediately.
Hassan Shibly, the executive director of CAIR Florida, was on Hannity’s show to talk about his representation of the family of Alabama college student Hoda Muthana, who left the U.S. to join ISIS and did an exclusive interview with BuzzFeed. Shibly said the family is horrified by how she’s now surrounded by an “extremist violent gang of monsters.”
Hannity repeatedly pressed Shibly on why CAIR’s involved and called them a controversial group. Shibly told him to stop changing the subject, and Hannity said, “I’ll ask any question I want, this is my show.”
But it got even more heated when Hannity asked Shibly if Hamas is a terrorist organization. Shibly got annoyed with Hannity, and kept saying this is not what he came on to discuss.
Then, Hannity stopped the interview. He had enough of Hassan Shibly’s lies and equivocations. Anyone who can’t immediately condemn a terrorist organization is not worthy of respect.
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