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Fox News’ ‘Hannity’ Takes Aim At MSNBC Again

Like the tick tick tick of a clock, only so much time can go by before the politically partisan primetime hosts at Fox News and MSNBC take aim at each other. Last night, right on time, Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity decided to dedicate a segment to attacking MSNBC. FNC and MSNBC would routinely dedicate segments on one another last year and earlier this year, but with the Presidential campaign in high gear both networks have pulled back a bit in recent months.

Hannity called Ed Schultz “Fast Eddie” and brought on former GOP candidate Herman Cain to say “Chris Matthews, with all due respect, you are a pathetic excuse to call yourself a journalist.”

The more things change, the more they say the same.

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Also last night, Bill O’Reilly dedicated his “Talking Points” segment to why the big losers from this week’s debate were the moderator, and the American people.


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