Sean Hannity got put on the spot.
The popular Fox News Channel host had no idea how to respond.
Sean Hannity just got hit with one demand on live TV that made him sweat big time.
Laura Ingraham set off a political earthquake during her broadcast the night Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock defeated Republican challenger Herschel Walker cementing a Democrat Senate majority by calling for the ouster of Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
“We don’t change anything,” Ingraham declared. “We have the same people in place in leadership, same people in place apparently at the RNC, perhaps that’s not changing. But we just keep doing the same thing over and over again. I’m pissed tonight, frankly. I’m mad.”
McDaniel’s presided over three consecutive losing election cycles and conservatives like Ingraham would to see someone other than Mitt Romney’s niece as RNC chair.
The following night Sean Hannity expressed his desire for change with Ingraham as Hannity’s program went off the air and Ingraham’s show began.
Hannity – however – only focused on Republicans needing to up their game on early and mail-in voting.
“I watched you last night,” Hannity told Ingraham. “I like it when you’re pissed off and I shared your pissed-offness. I was pissed off, too. Republicans need to get their act together and play the ballot game like the Democrats do.”
Ingraham doubled down saying that McDaniel and RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell needed to go.
“At least [Kevin] McCarthy, he won the House,” Ingraham responded. “But everyone else has to make a case as to why they deserve, like, why–and I like Ronna McDaniel a lot. I’ve said that. I like her, she’s a great person and great woman. But, you do have to make the case as to why you actually deserve to get reappointed. I mean, a college basketball coach would’ve already lost his job with this record.”
McConnell sold out to Joe Biden agreeing to help Democrats ram the biggest gun grab in decades, the Green New Deal, and national homosexual marriage through the Senate.
Republicans voting with Biden to ban and confiscate guns, persecute Christians, and to impose socialism on America instilled a bipartisan stamp on Biden’s agenda which made Herschel Walker’s attack on Warnock for voting with Biden 96 percent of the time fall flat.
Hannity – however – ducked joining Ingraham in calling for McConnell and McDaniel’s jobs.
“I’m not getting involved in that match,” Hannity answered. “However, I like it when you’re pissed off.”
Ingraham was not letting Hannity off that easy and urged him to get in the fight and demand an end to the failed leadership of McDaniel and McConnell.
“Dip your toe in the water, Hannity,” Ingraham responded. “It’s ok.”
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