Sean Hannity sucker punches Juan Williams

by editor on July 20, 2011

Oh, sure, it was a figurative sucker punch, but it left poor Juan’s head spnning nonetheless.

Hannity reeled off a list of Eric Cantor’s outrageous comments about raising the debt ceiling and asked for William’s response. When Juan finished ripping Cantor, Hannity unleashed the sucker punch and told him that the comments all came from Senator Barack Obama back in 2006, not Eric Cantor in 2011.

The best part is the stunned look on Williams’ face at the very end of the clip.

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Juan Williams is a throne sniffing toad.


Juan sounds like he should be on MSNBC. Totally bias. A waste of time watching when he is on.


agree sesail….esp since it was fox, who went to bat for him, when he was fired from his npr job! i cannot watch ‘the five,’ because of him and some others…i’m tired of so-called fair and balanced…i want conservative news…

Mitch Hoops

Let’s call a spade a spade (oops!): Juan Williams is now the only guy on Earth to have BOTH Sean Hannity and Jon Stewart piss on him…quite an accomplishment for the Fox News Washington Generals star.

Mitch Hoops

“Contrary to popular belief, many trolls are actually quite intelligent. Their habitual attacks on forums is usually a result of their awareness of the pretentiousness and excessive self-importance of many forum enthusiasts. As much as people may hate trolls, they are highly effective – their actions bring much of the stupidity of other forum users out into the great wide open”.
From the Urban Dictionary. It’s FUN being a troll!


I’ve been fishing democratic trolls for a couple years – I do not find them intelligent in the least…I find them to be obnoxious, peevish and contradictory for the sake of contradiction. Very rarely, if ever, does a troll actually make a substantive argument – their main purpose is to annoy and circumvent discussion.

Trolls most always start their rants by insulting those on the forum – especially the “regulars” thus causing disruption of the main focus. Trolls use all forms of cliché and innuendo in order to stir things up and evade confrontation through ridicule and deflection.

Trolls are “never” wrong – those they attack are the idiots and must be shown the “light” – however, the bulbs are usually pretty dim in that the troll never substantiates anything with fact – just simply hits and runs.

Trolls appear to have some sort of psychosomatic disorder going on (perhaps narcissism?) where they have to have the center of attention – regardless of the conversation –and facts. As long as the troll throws out some anti conservative blurb (be it one they made-up or read from the talking points pamphlet) they feel they are “winning” and having so much fun putting the conservatives in their place.

Trolls have a tendency of upping the ante when they are ignored by increasing the velocity and nastiness of their insults so they can become the center of attention once more. Trolls appear to be very sad and lonely people.

No, trolls are not highly intelligent – a highly intelligent person would debate and or discuss issues with clarity, and show respect to their opponent regardless of differing opinions or political views. A highly intelligent person would argue their points based upon fact and refrain from innuendo and insult – and most importantly, concede when they are proven wrong.


Welcome to the Whack-A-Troll Society where your participation is, of course, voluntary.

Mitch Hoops

uh-oh, I never thought this would happen: a right-wing nut talkin’ tofu psycho-bullshit…beautiful.


…the most eloquent confirmation of trollfisherman’s post that we could ever ask for.


It’s especially fun if you’re actually any good at it! You should try it some time 😛

Always Sunny In Hell

I dunno man, Ive seen more of your posts than just this one. Maybe if you picked up a real dictionary, instead of copying and pasting from Urban dictionary we would take you seriously. Its like watching someone try to defend a point with a “Cut n paste” from wikipedia.. Funny, but mostly just sad.