Sean Hannity mixed it up Wednesday on Fox News with Hassan Shibly, Executive Director of CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) Florida. It ended with Hannity cutting Shibly off and ending the interview.
Shibly was under the impression that he was invited on “Hannity” to talk about his representation of the family of Hoda Muthana, the Alabama college student who fled to Syria in November to join ISIS.
After Shibly condemned ISIS as an “extremist violent gang of monsters,” Hannity changed the subject to Hamas, which seeks the destruction of Israel and has been designated by the U.S. as a terrorist organization.
Sparks began to fly when Shibly asked Hannity why he was changing the subject.
Hannity shot back:
I’ll ask any question I want, this is my show.”
Shibly ultimately admitted that Hamas is a terrorist organization, but again shamed Hannity for “asking every Muslim what he thinks of terrorist organizations.”
Again, Hannity was fired up:
“No shame on me, I’m allowed to ask any questions I want.”
As Shibly attempted to respond, Hannity cut him off and ended the interview.