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Aug 13, 2013 09:06 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert
Sean Hannity, who has been fired by his radio station and moved to a new time slot on Fox News, is floundering. In an act of desperation, the tired broadcaster has resulted to attacking lyrical genius Ryan Adams.
Rush Limbaugh has confirmed that he and Sean Hannity are leaving radio station WABC. The pair will be headed to WOR.
The move comes upon declining viewership and deteriorating negotiations from the ulta-conservative broadcaster.
Sadly, he is even having trouble at his home, Fox News. Despite having the second highest rated show for the network, he has been replaced.
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Megyn Kelly, as Drudge reports, will be filling his old time slot when she returns from maternity week. Needless to say, Hannity is not having a great couple of weeks.
This fact was highlighted by his recent attacks on indie legend Ryan Adams. The two began their spar on Twitter, when Hannity asked what has happened to all of the celebrity role models.
In an act of desperation, Hannity decided it would be wise to attack Adams, in an effort to generate some sort of buzz for the radio/tv has been.
After Sean demanded that Ryans sit in on his flailing show, the musical legend responded, “Thanks for inviting me on your show. If I wanted to be yelled at I would go see a Youth of Today reunion show.”
Instead of laughing the comment off, Sean acted like a baby and damned the musician for turning down his offer to appear on the admittedly bigoted program. Ryans simply responded, “I don’t negotiate with terrorists."
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