So, earlier this week, Jon Stewart viciously attacked Sean Hannity on the air, claiming that footage Hannity used on his show to illustrate a teabagging party was actually footage from an earlier, more successful teabagging party two months ago, simply because it was identical.
Well, obviously, an insult like this could not stand. Oh no! No standing for that kind of insult. So, Hannity let loose from both barrels on his show last night…
"Although it pains me to say this, Jon Stewart, Comedy Central, he was right," Hannity said on his show last night.
"Now on his program last night, he mentioned that we had played some inccorect video on this program last week while talking about the Republican health care rally on Capitol Hill," Hannity said. "He was correct, we screwed up.
"We aired some video of a rally in September along with a video from the actual event. It was an inadvertent mistake, but a mistake nonetheless. So, Mr. Stewart, you were right.
"We apologize, Hannity said on air to Stewart. "But by the way, we wanna thank you and all your writers for watching."
Wait, what? He… he can do that? You mean… Sean Hannity had the ability to admit that he could maybe be wrong about stuff all this time?
And he's willing to use that ability?!
I'm very, very confused. What happened to the Hannity's America we used to know. The Hannity's America we grew up in. I fear for that Hannity's America. I fear for it.
Tags: Fox, Jon Stewart, Protesters, Sean Hannity, Tea Party, The Daily Show