On Tuesday night, Sean Hannity lectured Ronna McDaniel, head of the Republican National Committee, saying that she isn’t doing enough to aid the party in the 2024 elections.
The Fox News anchor advocated for early and mail-in voting and warned against the nomination of very conservative candidates in battleground states during his monologue.
According to a report, Hannity put out a hit piece on Gop Kathy Barnette’s failed 2016 bid for Pennsylvania’s 4th congressional district, and he also maligned her for being among a crowd of peaceful supporters of Donald Trump walking down a street on January 6, 2021.
According to reports, Dominion Voting Systems sued Fox News for defamation for $1.6 billion, and Sean Hannity gave a deposition in court. The Fox News personality stated under oath in December he did not believe that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
Flailing Fox News has announced that it would be making numerous modifications to its primetime program, including replacing Tucker Carlson with a new host at 8 o’clock.
A report reveals that Sean Hannity, a member of the network’s staff since its founding in 1996, would replace Tucker in his current role. Also shifting to primetime are the shows of Greg Gutfeld and Jesse Watters.
A Fox News insider described the new team as their biggest and most fearsome ever.
But some in the media world are not buying what Fox is selling.
Many reports reveal that after letting go of its popular anchor, Tucker Carlson, Fox News has seen a dramatic reduction in viewership.
Nielsen data shows that the week after Carlson’s firing on April 24, the channel’s primetime audience dropped by 30% to 1.449 million consumers, placing it third among cable networks.
During its last week on television, Tucker Carlson Tonight regularly drew more than three million viewers every episode.