The conservative pundit criticizes stores that stop selling Confederate Flags.

Recently in the wake of the racially-fueled murders in South Carolina many national stores have announced they will no longer sell Confederate Flags. This has apparently upset conservative talk radio host and Fox News pundit Sean Hannity who then drew a very uneasy comparison to “offensive” rap music. Read his uneasy comments below:

“Some retailers — Sears, Walmart, Amazon, eBay and the rest of the retailers in the last 24 hours — have announced that they intend to discontinue sales of the Confederate flag. Now I have a question. Can you still buy a Jay Z CD at Walmart? Does the music department at Sears have any Ludacris albums? Can I download 50 Cent on Amazon? Can I do that? Can I get some Snoop Dogg albums on eBay? Because a lot of the music by those artists is chock-full of the ‘N word,’ by the way and the ‘B-word,’ and the ‘H-word,’ and racist, misogynist, sexist anti-woman slurs none of those retail executives would be caught dead using.”

He also criticized President Barack Obama for having offensive artists including Beyonce and Prince perform at the White House. Listen to Hannity’s comments below.



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