Thursday, April 21, 2016

Ted Cruz Feuds With Sean Hannity!

Ted Cruz is feuding with Sean Hannity. Hannity admits he gives softball interviews to Republicans.

Many in the junk food media say that the likelihood of Ted Cruz and John Kasich winning the Republican nomination is highly doubtful. Donald Trump's victory in New York pretty much stopped the momentum of both Cruz and Kasich.

Many Republicans are starting to warm up to Trump.

Cruz and Kasich vow to win the nomination and they are willing to take this to the Republican Convention.

Cruz and his staff are pretty upset with the junk food media giving Trump all this airtime. They had enough of the "all access" treatment from the world's most annoying conservative agitator to ever have a radio and/or television program. Ted Cruz had told his staff that he's done with Sean Hannity.

Hannity is the most annoying agitator in the junk food media. He is a Republican ass-kisser and a huge concern troll.

But that's my opinion. I want to know your opinion in this poll.

Is Sean Hannity The Most Annoying Agitator In The Junk Food Media?

Hell yeah! He is the biggest ass kisser for the Republican Party. His radio and television shows are terrible. All that screaming and interrupting people is very annoying. He can't go a day without bringing up Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton's name.
No way. Sean delivers the news to those who would never get it from the rest of the junk food media. He at least admits he wants Republicans to win. The rest of the junk food media is either in the tank for Democrats. He is fair to all Republican candidates.

According to the Cruz campaign, he seriously believes that Donald Trump's biggest supporters on the right are Laura Ingraham, The Drudge Report and Hannity.

Cruz got into a heated argument with Hannity. The video was posted on Hannity's official YouTube page.

Hannity admits to giving softball interviews to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz got fed up with the Texas senator talking in circles over his "voter-less" victories in Colorado and Wyoming.

Hannity even went as far to tell Cruz to stop deflecting the questions.

Media Matters for America got a portion of the transcript of the exchange.

SEAN HANNITY: I think the number one question on the minds of Republicans right now is what is going on with the delegates. For example, if you can explain to people that your campaign, that you have every right within the rules, to talk to candidates that are pledged on a first ballot, to Candidate A or Candidate C, you being Candidate B, and that -- tell us what that process is. You are assuming this is going to the convention, you told me that in the last two interviews. So as part of that, you’re hoping to get to a second ballot. In other words, in a second ballot people that support Donald Trump or John Kasich or Marco Rubio, if those delegates are still relevant, can then switch their votes. So you are in the process of talking to delegates and it seems to be very extensive. Can you explain to people what's going on?

TED CRUZ: Sean, with all respect, that's not what people are concerned about. I'm campaigning every day, people are concerned about bringing jobs back to America. People are concerned about raising wages. People are concerned about getting the federal government off the backs of small businesses, and people are concerned about beating Hillary. And the media loves to obsess about process, this process, and this whining from the Trump campaign, it's all silly. It's very, very simple --

HANNITY: Senator, I'm -- hang on a second, I'm on social media with millions of people. I have 550 radio stations, and I have the top rated cable show in my hour, all across the board. And I am telling you that people are telling me that they find this whole process confusing. You know, I can read the articles, for example, about -- you know, people want to know about what actually happened in Georgia this weekend, where people that have, I guess, on the first ballot are going to Donald Trump, but representatives of yours talked to them, and are persuading them to vote for you on a second ballot. That is an important question, because I think most of people would like to know how this works, and I'm really am asking you more than a process question. It's an integrity of the election question, and everybody's asking me this question. So I'm giving you an opportunity to explain it.

CRUZ: Sean, the only people asking this question are the hardcore Donald Trump supporters.

HANNITY: Why do you -- but senator, why do you do this? Every single time I -- no, you gotta stop. Every time I have you on the air, and I ask a legitimate question, you try to throw this in my face. I'm getting sick of it. I've had you on more than any other candidate, on radio and TV. So if I ask you senator, a legitimate question that would explain to the audience, why wouldn't you just answer it?

CRUZ: Sean, can I answer your question without being interrupted?

HANNITY: Go ahead.

CRUZ: In the last three weeks, there have been five elections in five states. Utah, North Dakota, WIsconsin, Colorado, Wyoming. We've won all five, over 1.3 million people voted in those five states, we won all five. All of this noise and complaining and whining has come from the Trump campaign, because they don't like the fact that they've lost five elections in a row, that Republicans are uniting behind our campaign, so they are screaming on Drudge, and it's getting echoed, this notion of voterless election. It is nonsense that they are making it up. Over 1.3 million people voted, we won landslides in all five. Now, there is a second component beyond the elections, which is the individual delegates are elected by the people. Donald Trump's campaign does not know how to organize on the grassroots.

The interview went viral and it's gotten so much attention. Hannity defended his interview with Cruz.

Hannity said that Cruz comes off as angry and desperate. Hannity respects Cruz as a champion of conservative causes, but even Hannity admits that Cruz has no chance of winning the nomination without stealing it in a contested convention. Hannity constantly tells his gullible audience that he's given more airtime to Republican candidates because he believes that they are infinitely better than Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.

If you ask me, I believe Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and The Drudge Report will help the Democrats win the White House. Because of these entities, Barack Obama clobbered John McCain and perennial loser Mitt Romney in two landslides.

Hannity believes that Republicans failed in taking out Obama. Hannity seriously believes that Obama's "associations" to Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers and Al Sharpton should have defeated him.

Hannity believes that Hillary Clinton would be heading to federal time out for having classified emails on her secured personal server.

I believe that Hannity's days at Fox News are numbered. I predict that Sean Hannity will be fired out the cannon in 2017 if the Democrat nominee wins the White House.

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