It has been four days now since a Malaysian airline vanished in the middle of a 2,700-mile trip to China. Multiple nations have since joined in the search for any possible details to help figure out what happened to the plane and the 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board. But for the good ole nuts over at Fox “News” have already figured it all out.
Sean Hannity brought his guest on air to discuss the strange events surrounding the plane’s disappearance and the fact that there appeared to be two Iranian passengers on board with fake or stolen passports. One of Hannity’s guest, Angela McGlowan, couldn’t resist the urge to mention president Obama and his foreign policy on Iran, as if that had anything to do with the plane’s disappearance.
Another guest on the program took issue to the way Angela tried to bring the President into the whole Malaysian/Iran discussion and called her out on the show. But Hannity couldn’t let the President be defended, so he continued Angela’s argument that because of the President’s foreign policy with Iran, that the two passengers with fake or stolen passports would not have been on that Malaysian flight.
Of course he was quick to say that he wasn’t blaming the President, but… talk about the President and his foreign policy anyway. You know, mention the president in the same paragraph or sentence with the plane’s disappearance and hope that some in the audience put it all together.
Crazy, yea, I know. But we are talking about nuts at Fox!