First: Sean was a couple of weeks away from promoting his new book, Conservative Victory, a roadmap to getting rid of the far-Left radicals and their majority in Congress.
Second: I was aware of blogger Debbie Schlussel's sour grapes toward Hannity. As I saw later from others in the conservative movement, Schlussel appears to be someone with an inferiority complex, claiming people are stealing from her. She also hates Sarah Palin, but as with other women who go psycho at the very mention of Sarah Palin's name (Joy Behar), that could mean that Schlussel may suffer from SBS (sagging butt syndrome).
Well, criticizing RINO's or sellout Republicans is one thing, but the so-called "conservatives" who engage in the "circular firing squads" is another, and something not needed at this time.
And it's no surprise that Schlussel's little personal spat has energized the Left just as Sean starts his Conservative Victory tour, in the form of CREW and the supposed veterans organization VoteVets, led by a numbnut named Jon Soltz (Politico).
First of all, who the hell is Jon Soltz to comment on raising money for veterans families? What has Soltz organization done? Used snuff footage of our troops being blown up to promote the liberal fraud of "green energy," as well as freeing detained terrorists at Gitmo and promoting the far-Left Democrat agenda. As far as I'm concerned, Ollie North, the Freedom Alliance and Sean Hannity have done more with just one Freedom Concert than Jon Soltz and his Democrat/MoveOn.org inspired organization has done in the last four years.
The Center for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Freedom Concerts, affiliated with the Freedom Alliance, for falsely promoting that all concert proceeds would be donated to a scholarship fund for the children of those killed or wounded in war.
CREW also asked the Internal Revenue Service to look into the Freedom Alliance for engaging in political activities that are prohibited for tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations such as the alliance.
"Hannity has promoted the concerts on his show, making statements such as, 'Every penny, 100 percent of the donations are applied to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund,'" CREW said in a statement.
But according to CREW Executive Director Melanie Sloan, the amounts promoted don't add up to the amounts donated.
"...If they're advertising that they're raising money for veterans' families, I would expect that 80 to 90 percent" of the group's proceeds would benefit the families of
veterans, said Jon Soltz, chairman of VoteVets.org, which is backing CREW. "If not every dime is going to those who wore the uniform, then people have the right to know that. It really is that simple."
"There are many wonderful charities to help troops and veterans that are completely transparent and truthful about where their donations go," Soltz added. "If Sean Hannity and Freedom Alliance are being untruthful, that hurts all those other charities because it only causes people to hold back donations to worthy causes in the future."
So if you had any doubt about these allegations, look at who is behind CREW and VoteVets--all roads lead to the liberal sugar daddy George Soro$. Keep in mind that Soros has also been a visitor to the Obama White House. So it wouldn't surprise me that Soros and these Leftist Democrats are trying to take Hannity out, especially since the liberals in Washington are in his target (OOOOOPS!!!!! Did I say something violent????).
So, shame on you, Debbie Schlussel, for feeding the Leftist trolls. Are you really the female "Icarus" Johnson? I think you are.
Perhaps it's time for Debbie to wear a new suit...
....since she's helping the George Soros/Barack Obama Leftists in their attempt to discredit their critics.