Sean Hannity Doesn’t Think Joy Reid Should Be Fired

By Chris Ariens 

On his blog, Sean Hannity opens up about the latest apology from MSNBC host Joy Reid. Hannity doesn’t think Reid should be fired for her 12-year-old blog posts, which MSNBC calls “hateful and hurtful.” Instead, Hannity says Reid, “should be given a chance to make it right.”

“Someone needs to take the lead in cable news and stop the ‘crush, fire them, and destroy hosts you may disagree with’ environment,” Hannity said. “I guess as the number one rated host in cable, I’ll start.”

I am a believer in the freedom of speech for all Americans. I am also a believer in second chances. And as someone who believes in forgiveness, I have to say, we have fallen short.


Hannity’s take on Samantha Bee‘s comments about Ivanka Trump and her and her apology, was along those same lines. On his show last night, Hannity said, “I don’t call for boycotts or for people to be silenced. I don’t want shows canceled. I’m not calling for anybody to be fired. If you think she’s a not-funny bitter partisan mindless hack, turn the channel.”