Audio: Hannity Says Bundy's 'Negro' Comments Are 'Beyond Repugnant To Me'

'It reminds me of Todd Aiken'

Sean Hannity on Bundy ‘Negro’ Remarks: ‘Beyond Repugnant to Me’ (Mediaite)

Sean Hannity reacted to Cliven Bundy‘s slavery remarks at the top of his radio show Thursday, making it clear he finds them unequivocally repugnant and horrible, but also calling out Democrats for racially insensitive remarks made on the left that were never condemned or rebuked.

Hannity admitted he’s incredibly “pissed off” about the whole thing, saying, “His comments are beyond repugnant to me. They are beyond despicable to me. They are beyond ignorant to me.” He said that plenty of conservatives have been supporting Bundy’s case because of sincere beliefs about eminent domain abuse but now they’ll all be “branded because of the ignorant, racist, repugnant, despicable comments by Cliven Bundy.”

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