McGuirk, On H&C, Says Sharpton “Terrorized Some Broadcast Executives”

By Brian 

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Don Imus‘ former producer Bernard McGuirk, in his first interview since being fired, told Hannity & Colmes “that the radio exchange that got them both fired was wrong, but that it would be horrible if people could no longer poke fun at each other,” the AP says.

Speaking about Rev. Al Sharpton, McGuirk said: “I mean, I think he terrorized — it seemed like — you know, I viewed it from the media perspective, from watching it on TV and reading the paper, as you guys did. It seemed like he terrorized some broadcast executives, that they were, you know, sort of in a fetal position under their desk, sucking their thumbs on their BlackBerries, trying to coordinate their response to him. And, you know, it just seemed that way. I mean, you know, I don’t know exactly what went on, but it just seems that way.”