Sean Hannity continued to focus on union violence tonight and the plight of Fox News contributor Steven Crowder, who was punched while in the middle of a union protest in Michigan against right-to-work laws. Hannity brought Crowder back on his show tonight, along with union supporter Andy Sullivan, who not only opposed both Hannity and Crowder’s positions on unions, but accused Crowder of releasing an edited tape and telling him he got what he deserved.
Hannity warned that the union violence might be an omen of things to come, including “blood in the streets” and “at some point, people may die.” He touted how unions are losing, even in states where unions are considered particularly strong, and criticized President Obama for not condemning violence on the left.
Hannity brought up to Crowder how the people involved in the Michigan protest yesterday vigorously denied they tore down the tent, which Crowder practically laughed at. He dismissed criticism that he edited the video, and even if he did, he pointed to “hours” of footage of similar union violence on YouTube. Sullivan said Crowder’s video was “well-edited,” saying he saw video of Crowder pushing someone down. Continue reading
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