Sean Hannity is going to be a blubbering mess on November 9th.
With his beloved Trump looking at a record trouncing on election day, he’s getting irritable and saying really dumb things, with some frequency.
In his latest, he’s dabbling in “birther” territory, again.
The conservative commentator offered to pay for a one-way flight to Kenya for the president and his family Tuesday, harkening back to the false birther conspiracy that resurfaced on the 2016 presidential campaign trail.
“I have an offer for the president. I will charter a plane for you and your family,” Hannity said on his daily radio show. “I will charter it to the country of your choice. You want to go to Canada? I’ll pay for you to go to Canada. You want to go to Kenya? I’ll pay for you to go to Kenya. Jakarta [in Indonesia], where you went to school back in the day, you can go back there.”
Hannity added one condition: Obama “can’t come back.”
There are always liberals claiming they would leave the nation if Republican candidate XYZ was elected.
They never do.
Then again, we haven’t given them reason to leave for some time, now.
The comments come a day after White House press secretary Josh Earnest dodged the question of whether Obama would consider moving out of the country should Trump become president.
“He’s working very hard to make sure that nobody has to leave the country as a result of an electoral outcome that the president doesn’t support,” Earnest said during a press briefing Monday.
Personally, I’d like to see Obama pack up his brood and flee to some Socialist Utopia, but I won’t hold my breath, waiting for it to happen.
I’m also not going to give a wink to the birthers, who still suggest Obama was born in Kenya.
Meanwhile, Hannity is floating his alt-right test balloons in apparent preparation for his new role as Trump’s mop-up boy on the rumored Trump TV.
Watching people like Hannity lose their minds on November 9 is the one bright spot to be gleaned from this whole, sorry, election mess.