Hannity publicly acknowledged his personal failure to live his Christian discipleship duties in regard to his fellow journalists. He does, however; stridently adhere to his martial arts teachings.
Sean Hannity continued his attack against fellow talker Glenn Beck on his radio program Wednesday, claiming that Beck is working to get Hillary Clinton elected. Hannity seemed to reject the idea of a post-election truce with Beck, stating,
“Glenn, you want to talk about getting together in 34 days? I have no interest in meeting anybody in 34 days.”
Glenn Beck sought to find a 'reset' button in the personal and professional relationship the two have long had. Just last Winter the two had a very public meeting at the CPAC conference. US Senator Ben Sasse sort of interrupted that moment with a railing rebuke of Hannity.
It is no secret that Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck are not on the same page in regards to the Republican presidential nominee. Hannity did a very poor job of cloaking his bias during the heated spring contests after the March 1st 'super Tuesday'.
For well over a decade, Hannity has had an icy-cold feud with Bill O'Reilly. Somehow Roger Ailes had been able to keep the two from referencing each other at all, on the Fox News network they share prime time scheduling on. When O'Reilly ventured into radio, several years back; Hannity repeatedly warned the public that "some radio talk show hosts are really not conservatives at all". It was commonly assumed he was referring to O'Reilly.
This week's developments may lead to a hastened departure of Hannity from the Fox News Network. Back when the two were chummy, Beck had openly encouraged Hannity to open an independent media operation in Texas, as Beck had done when he left Fox News and started The Blaze Media operation from Dallas.