Sean Hannity took on Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA), who said on the House floor this week that “it feels like open season on black men in America.”
Right off the bat, Hannity’s statistics on the number of black Americans killed by police directly conflicted with those presented by Johnson, and the Fox host pressed Johnson on whether “black-on-black crime” is the real problem at hand. Read more at mediaite.com.
You might remember that this is the same congressman Hank Johnson (D, GA) Who during a House Armed Services Committee hearing in January 2011, expressed his fears while questioning Admiral Robert Willard, head of the U.S. Pacific fleet, about a proposed increase of forces on the island, that Guam might capsize if we sent more troops, families and logistics there. Johnson, an attorney, is a former county judge.