I never thought Joy Reid was going to be fired in the first place, but I don’t agree with Sean Hannity either, she should be.
We can’t keep giving passes to bad media personalities and so-called journalists because the more hateful ones you keep, the more it will sting you later on. Sean doesn’t believe in boycotting or firing media, and he’s always been like that, but that doesn’t mean most of you should change your stance.
Reid is a vile television host that treats her Republican guests like scum. She talks over them; she arrogantly acts as if she knows more and then she talks under her breath in an attempt to contradict them when they show up on her low-viewed show.
I am not surprised he took this stance, but in a way, I am. Sean smacks down the liberal media for getting stuff wrong on Pres. Trump all the time and how something has to be done about it. Reid should be fired, but that’s my opinion.
Hannity’s Statement via Hannity.com
Over the last few days the conversation surrounding the comments made by TV personalities has dominated the news cycle. We have covered them as well, going over previous tweets, statements and on air opinions. One of these individuals, MSNBC’s Joy Reid, has now apologized for her previous blogs and commentary.
It’s good to see Joy (who is no fan of mine) starting to take responsibility for her past remarks. My suggestion is that she follows up with the groups and people who she offended, and learn from all of this. Her apology should be accepted, and she should be given a chance to make it right, and not fired.
Someone needs to take the lead in cable news and stop the “crush, fire them, and destroy hosts you may disagree with” environment. I guess as the number one rated host in cable, I’ll start.
I am grateful for this microphone and the platform given to me everyday by my audience. I am a believer in the freedom of speech for all Americans. I am also a believer in second chances. And as someone who believes in forgiveness, I have to say, we have fallen short.
I don’t know about the fallen short, but I will say there are consequences to bad decisions. Joy hid all of her mess, and now it’s oozing under the door for Americans to witness.
Fire her, and she will be the better for it. Replace her with someone willing to be a real journalist and has learned from Joy’s missteps. This incident isn’t the first time for Joy, and she keeps getting a pass, I have disagree with my big brother on this one.
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