Hannity Explodes After Being Confronted By ThinkProgress About Previous Offer To Be Waterboarded For Charity - 2013-01-31
Fox News host Sean Hannity is so adamant that waterboarding is not torture that he once offered to be waterboarded at a charity event and donate the proceeds to soldiers' families. Four years later, a yet-to-be-waterboarded Hannity did not take kindly to being called out about it on his own radio show.
On April 22, 2009, Charles Grodin appeared on Hannity's Fox News show and asked Hannity, if he doesn't believe waterboarding is torture, would he agree to be waterboarded. "Sure," Hannity said. "I'll do it for charity. I'll let you do it. I'll do it for the troops' families." But four years later, Hannity has yet to follow through on his offer.
When ThinkProgress brought up the matter at the beginning of an appearance on his radio show on Wednesday, Hannity's displeasure was palpable. "I'm not getting into your five-year-old issue," Hannity grumbled. We pressed on when he was planning to hold the event, the Fox host lost it. "Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me, excuse me. I get to ask the questions on the program," Hannity said: