Fox News’ Sean Hannity is bringing it all down to elementary school levels of pettiness after angrily calling Ben Stelter a “fake news Humpty Dumpty” after the CNN host accused him of “spreading poison.”
The sourness between Stelter and Hannity didn’t seem like it would let up as Hannity criticized Stelter’s “bombed” book sales and show ratings.
“Don’t get numb to this abusive language... it is through these insults, through these attacks that Hannity wields power,” Stelter said.
He then addressed the topic of “opinions.”
“It is not opinion what Hannity does. Hannity is spouting something else—Hannity is spouting poison,” Stelter.
“There is nothing healthy and constructive about it; it’s destructive. And the language gets more and more vile,” he continued.
As a result of Stelter’s commentary, Hannity took to his Twitter to essentially clap back.
“Haha. This is awesome!!! Poison to Fake News Humpty Dumpty is the truth I reported this week that his highly promoted book “BOMBED” selling less than 1800 copies and he can’t even get 800,000 viewers to watch his socialist propaganda. Ha,” he wrote.