Hanity, You Idiot

Sean Hannity

On the radio yesterday, Sean Hanity was talking about this weird mutant from Pennsylvania–a man who insists he’s a woman, when he isn’t–who’s been nominated to be the No. 2 weirdo in the Biden administration’s health department.

Sean the, ahem, “conservative,” used every female pronoun in the lexicon when referring to this guy, this man who dresses as a woman–whose thing, by the way, is that little children ought to be allowed to “choose their gender” and get mutilating surgery and puberty-blocking drugs to make it stick.

He shouldn’t be in government. He should be on a desert island trying to stay one step ahead of the Komodo dragons.

But there’s Hanity on the air with “she” and “her” and “hers,” speaking of this wacko as if he really were a woman, as if all it takes to be a woman is a set of women’s clothes.

Dude, what in the world do you think you’re “conserving”? Certainly not our culture! Certainly not our sanity. I mean, if you’re going to buy into a lie as big as this, you might as well go whole-hog and swallow all the lies.

Are we to be governed by such creatures as this? Are you okay with that, Sean?

Shame and shame on you.

We don’t need that much stupid on the radio. We don’t need that much cowardice.

7 comments on “Hanity, You Idiot

  1. This surprises me about Sean. I heard some quotes of Rand Paul questioning this “whatever” and he asked some very pertinent questions but got no clear answers. This is disgusting.

  2. What’s particularly horrible about this Levine character is that he doesn’t even try to look like a woman, except for wearing dresses and a bleached-blond fright wig that looks like a dyed and bedraggled string mop. Oh, and lipstick. So you’re supposed to look at this burly, very mannish looking person in drag and call him “her” despite the evidence of your own eyes. And if you don’t, you’re a hater. I’m inclined to think that Levine does it to show his power over people, to show that he can make people do what all their senses tell them is insane.

    1. Theodore Dalrymple wrote that communist regimes use this to stay in power: making people say things that they know to be untrue or ridiculous, to humiliate them and erode their self-respect. Makes ’em easier to manage!

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