Hannity said all of this without a trace of irony, which I guess is his hallmark: saying things which are demonstrably false, and claiming otherwise. He's probably the highest paid person on cable news, yet claims to be a man of the people, despite his own lavish lifestyle of mansions and private jets, in some perverse version of his own "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous."
Truly, the only one showing real contempt for the American public is Sean Hannity. Hannity, like Trump, has gotten obscenely wealthy living by the credo that people are stupid and gullible, so always tell them what they want to hear and they'll pay you an exorbitant amount.
Source: Washington Post
During a segment on his show Tuesday night, the Fox News host attacked media “elites” for proclaiming Hillary Clinton the winner of Monday’s presidential debate, when many viewers clearly thought otherwise.
Online polls from the Drudge Report, Breitbart, CNBC and elsewhere showed Donald Trump coming out on top by wide margins, Hannity said, but the mainstream media gave it to the Democratic nominee instead.
Why the divide? According to Hannity, those who called it for Clinton are out of touch with ordinary Americans struggling with wage stagnation, unemployment and debt.
“My overpaid friends in the media, well, they have their chauffeur-driven limousines, they like their fine steakhouses and expensive wine lifestyles,” Hannity said in the 8-minute monologue. “None of them are feeling this, the people you’re watching on TV, and therein lies the contempt.”
Hannity's Florida condo penthouse would be between $6-17 million, and probably look something like the photo above from the same building.
Or that he recently flew Newt Gingrich to meet with Donald on his private jet, according to CNN.