Sean Hannity is a die-hard "Conservative" who has a substantial aversion to females in positions of authority, especially a certain woman who will likely crush his pals on the Far Right during next year's elections. Kate Anderson Brower's The Residence, is filled with stories from staffers that have served the First Family for decades. In fact,
96 full-time and 250 part-time — agreed to sit for an interview with Brower. There’s a general understanding among staffers that a lack of discretion could get them fired, though Brower said that no one indicated they had signed any non-disclosure agreement.
Hannity was fishing for dirt on the Clintons specifically, which was very apparent by his insulting and leading questions. He had absolutely no interest in the years the White House was occupied by St. Ronnie and Nancy the Astrologer. It's no surprise that the 'fair and balanced' questions posed by the protege of MMA star, Chuck Liddell were downright partisan and one-sided.
"I mean they're almost shocking allegations, which is that Hillary Clinton, took a lamp, threw it at Bill, bloodied him up pretty good. Tell us what your book uncovered."
Anderson Brower verified that the two fought for a time (gee, does anyone wonder why?) She also said that the "blood on the bed" (from the aforementioned fight) was only verified by an anonymous source. Not taking the bait to trash Hillary, the author mentions that many staffers cheered when Hillary made Bill sleep on the couch for several months. Hannity kept fishing.
"Do you have any doubt that your sources are telling you that she beat up the President of the United States, bloody, you're saying that's a fact?"
She said that it is verifiable, so this one incident took place. So Hannity begs her to reveal how they use foul language and were very secretive, their public persona differing drastically from their private lives.
Why don't you tell us about that, that they're not the people we see in public, they are very different.
She replies with the testimony of ONE usher who said,
they were about the most paranoid people I'd ever seen in my life.'
This claim was made by James W.F. 'Skip' Allen, an usher from 1979 to 2004.
Hannity is convinced by the testimony of one person. Because the Clintons asked to have their conversations from the upper floors of the White House no longer handled by a third party operator, that makes them paranoid and downright secretive. Sean Hannity can't imagine a family, who is being torn apart by the likes of Ken Starr, expecting just a smidgen of privacy. It's only okay to demand privacy if you are a Republican.
Lastly, Hannity was trying to find something to pin on Chelsea and her parents that couldn't have been more insignificant. He said that the press covered an instance where Chelsea called a Secret Serviceman "a pig" because that's what her parents called him. Heaven forbid they label someone, who may later party with hookers and blow while charged with guarding the leader of the free world, a pig. This same person may crash the gates of the White House while driving drunk, but calling an agent a pig? Unacceptable.
Hannity's pathetic attempt at depicting Hillary as an unhinged, paranoid, foul-mouthed lunatic will not resonate with the majority of Americans. The subservient wives of Fox "news" watching husbands, may secretly cheer Hillary for fighting back, but their husbands will never know. The majority of socially-progressive and many Conservative Americans believe Hillary acted like any normal jilted woman would have, and trying to fault her for that is asinine.