Stelter: Hannity’s Conspiracy Theories About Clinton’s Health Are ‘a Disservice’ to His Audience

‘He’s definitely an entertainer, but he’s doing a disservice to his audience by peddling these conspiracy theories’

STELTER: "Sean Hannity is an excellent broadcaster and he’s entertaining. He’s definitely an entertainer, but he’s doing a disservice to his audience by peddling these conspiracy theories and the Clinton campaign, whether you agree with them or not, they are right tonight to be saying these are just conspiracy theories. They’ve been debunked time and time again. But unfortunately to some viewers, to some readers of the Drudge Report and Sean Hannity’s show, they believe this stuff. That actually does a disservice to the audience." 

 

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