Sean Hannity Calls “Total Bullshit” On Time Magazine

Via Mediaite:

Yesterday President Trump took to Twitter to claim he rejected an interview and a photo shoot with Time Magazine he was “PROBABLY” going to be Person of the Year. Time Magazine has since responded to Trump’s tweet, claiming that the president is “incorrect.” Now Sean Hannity is getting in the ring and is challenging Time Magazine to answer whether or not they approached Trump at all.

  • Boreal
    • zhera

      Hey now! Mountain gorillas are magnificent creatures who kick ass. Hannity’s got nothing on them!

      • cleos_mom

        Let’s say, a mountain gorilla with ‘psychopathic personality disorder’?

        • ohbear1957

          and mange.

      • UrsusArctos 🐻

        I Googled “tapeworm in fecal matter” as a substitute image of “How he really is”, but nope.

  • Jeffg166

    Dissemble, muddy the water, misdirect no one will notice.

  • Boreal
    • TuuxKabin

      Lard, no, before breakfast at least. But still.

    • lattebud

      Is that fecal matter on his teeth?

  • SoCalGal20


    Seriously, something has to be done to protect administrative parts of the government from authoritarians like Trump and Tillerson. And judicial terms need to be limited to 10 or 15 years or something.

  • Mark Née Fuzz

    Sean Hannity calling bullshit on anyone HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  • vorpal

    Poor widdwe president sounds like he has a big boo-boo on his ego.

    • zhera

      Hey vorpal! Hope you’re doing ok.

      • vorpal

        Thanks, zhera, and hey back at you!
        Doing okay today. Had a nice night last night with friends and another one planned for tonight.
        Hope you are having a good weekend!

  • CB

    Call whatever you want. Proof would be just a tad more convincing. Suck up just wants to be mentioned in a drumpf tweet. Sad.

  • Treant

    Hey, they woulda called the Oval Orifice and said call would be recorded. Just release the tape, Dumpy. That’s all you have to do.

  • Boreal
  • JT

    Sean Hannity Calls “Total Bullshit”

    From the bullshit king.

  • ClevelandJim

    Fox should fire Hannity for using blatant profanity on twitter. Huh? Think we can get any traction with this?

  • gaycuckhubby

    TBH I call bullshit too… their response is way to evasive.
    Either way it doesn’t matter and our President is petty as fuck

  • bkmn

    You can almost see Trump moving the strings above Hannity’s head.

  • Bluto
  • Buford

    I’ll state the obvious… I’m disappointed in TIME’s response. Trump wasn’t ‘incorrect’… he fugging LIED! At this point in time, with it being well established that Trump lies daily, benefit of the doubt is long gone.

    Refusing to call a blatant lie what it is makes TIME look less credible here.

    • gaycuckhubby

      I I think they worded it that way on purpose.
      they’re not denying that they called him. I’m pretty sure the truth will be somewhere in the middle

      • Buford

        Like I said, this mealy-mouthed response makes TIME look less credible.

        • gaycuckhubby

          Right, but they can’t say that he outright lied if they did indeed call.

          • Buford

            Are you serious? Unless they actually called Trump and told him the title was “probably” his, he’s lying. This isn’t subjective. It’s binary… they either told him that, or he’s lying.

            If they did call to tell him that the title was probably his, their tweet response doesn’t make any sense. If they didn’t call him, he’s lying and they should have said that plainly.

            Like I said, disappointed in TIME here.

          • gaycuckhubby

            Right. I think (based on their response) that they did call and say “probavly” or “possibly”

          • Buford

            If we assume that’s true, their response is meaningless. Like I said, very disappointing.

          • LesbianTippingHabits

            Yes, Time Magazine should own up to having contacted the White House for the purpose alleged or something similar.

          • Buford

            Agree. It’s just a lame, disappointing, mealy-mouthed response.

          • marshlc

            They probably called to set up an interview. They most likely did NOT say “probably you’ll be Person of the Year” but the words Person of the Year may have been used at some point. Trump being Trump, he would glom onto the best way to interpret this in order to stroke his ego, because stroking his ego is the only thing he does.

            Human communication is seldom binary – it’s often open to interpretation. God knows I don’t want to be seen as defending Trump here, because I’m not, but it is in fact entirely possible that the call was worded so that the black hole that is Trump’s need for praise would interpret it as he did.

            So, “incorrect” is exactly the right word for Time to use, to describe what happened, if it happened something like I guessed, above.

          • Buford

            I obviously disagree. Trump either lied, or he didn’t… and if he didn’t, TIME’s tweet response makes no sense.

    • Uncle Mark

      More than likely, I suspect that TIME may have called him asking for an interview and some photos, and the egomaniac probably asked them if he was going to be their “Man of the Year.” They either said “no” or “possibly”…the latter being an attempt to soften the “no”… to secure the interview & photos

      Or Donnie-Two-Scoops has been bragging/story-telling a bit too much again on the golf course

      • Buford

        Maybe, but the point here is that Trump only seems to ‘misunderstand’ things in ways that are favorable to him. Benefit of the doubt is no longer warranted. If you have a conversation with Trump, and he publicly, broadly, misrepresents that conversation as you heaping praise on him or offering him some award or honor, at this point we know it’s not an honest misunderstanding. He’s pathological.

        Either you did as he said, or he’s lying. If he’s lying, call him a liar.

      • Chucktech

        Everybody who has access to Donald Trump on the golf course knows he’s a goddam liar. Even his golfing supplicants. Even his caddy.

  • Tomcat

    And I call BULLSHIT on Hannity.

  • safari
    • Jeffrey

      Molly is funny as hell. We know each other irl her mother Erica Jong and my mother are friends.

      • popebuck1

        I’m a huge fan of Erica Jong! Her sequel to “Fear of Flying,” “How to Save Your Own Life,” well… saved my life.

  • Tomcat

    Possibly he did turn down the person of the year since he was not going to win it anyway. They have no reason to give it to him two years in a row and America would be disgusted if they did. Knowing this he may have turned it down, but I doubt it very much. But keep stroking your gigantic ego trump.

    • Buford

      ‘Turning it down’ is dependent upon it being offered to him in the first place, and that’s very, very unlikely. The most reasonable assessment here is that Trump is lying thru his teeth….again… still.

      • Tomcat

        Not to trump, he could have called them and turned it down knowing in his mind they wanted to give it to him. But yes, your assessment is most likely.

        • Buford

          I wonder what other awards and honors he preemptively declined…?

      • Daveed_WOW

        It’s not very unlikely. He lied. It’s really that simple. TIME does not call people and offer them the cover. They just don’t.

        • Buford

          I agree, and that’s why I’m so critical of TIME’s mealy-mouthed response. He wasn’t incorrect… he lied. Not describing it that way makes TIME seem less credible.

          • LesbianTippingHabits

            Buford is quite correct. Either Time Magazine contacted the White House for the purpose alleged, or Time Magazine did not contact the White House for the purpose alleged.

            It’s sad that Time Magazine cannot own up to the truth, apparently.

    • anne marie in philly

      as he strokes his teeny tiny dick…with his tiny widdle hands…

  • SoCalGal20

    I missed this tweet from Norm Eisen. More about how Mueller works.

    • Bj Lincoln

      That sounds promising.

  • Charlie 2001

    In 1938 Adolph Hitler was the Time Magazine Person of the Year. I figured someone should break Godwins Law in this thread.

    • Dramphooey

      He would’ve gotten 1939, too, but he balked at “probably.”

    • KnownDonorDad

      I’m pretty sure Godwin’s Law has been temporarily suspended.

  • gaycuckhubby

    So the easist probability is that both are kind of correct… Time Magazine does not base their person of the year on whether that person is willing to do an interview, but they probably called him up and said that he is in consideration and would he be willing to do an interview and photoshoot. He said no and claims he turn down an offer that was never given to him

    • LesbianTippingHabits

      Thank you.

      Yes, but either Time Magazine contacted the White House for the purpose alleged, or Time Magazine did not contact the White House for the purpose alleged.

      It clearly did not get as far as a formal offer, but Time Magazine has not denied having contacted the White House for the purpose alleged.

      This is sad, because it adds to Trump’s narrative that the mainstream media have no credibility. And Time Magazine is affirming it this morning.

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      If someone tells Time they didn’t want to be PotY, Time is under no obligation to honor their request.

      • gaycuckhubby

        Agreed. They probably just wanted a interview to go with it if they decide to go with him

  • stuckinthewoods

    I don’t care what magazine Trump is in as long as he isn’t the centerfold.

  • gaycuckhubby

    Good job, Trump! Another distraction created out of thin air and he’s playing the media against his base.
    Trump 101, also a big part of how he won

    • LesbianTippingHabits

      Yes, and also a big part of why Hillary lost, unfortunately. Thank you.

    • Goodboy
    • KnownDonorDad

      Indeed. You never know where the nonsense is going to come from, and there are so many possibilities.

  • AlternativeQuacks

    Amanda Marcotte has a perfectly clear vision of the situation we are in. And Sean Hannity is one of the people most responsible for that situation.

    • Steverino

      Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh. They each (and their many imitators and wannabes in right-wing entertainment) have been engaged in anti-liberal demagoguery for over 35 years, nonstop. And this is where it has left us.

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    • JCF

      MAGAt comments on various Tweets: remember it’s NOT that the President lied, “it’s that you libtards are talking about it! Gotcha again!”

  • BeaverTales

    Hannity’s right about one thing…..this whole ‘scandal’ is Bullshit.

    Why does this matter? Why should we care which magazine puts Dump on its cover. They can even put the Pope back on the cover, I won’t be buying it anyway. Time magazine’s content is irrelevant most of the time, only until this issue and the “100 Best” issue comes out. Sales are pretty anemic otherwise.

    I think this is another pathetic attempt to create enough controversy to distract America from what’s going on with tax reform, health care, Roy Moore, Russia and many other issues of far greater importance. It’s another intentional Trump distraction over a minor issue and we need to stop falling for it.

  • Richard B

    hmmm, when I think of “Total Bullshit” I think of Sean Hannity, the blabbermouth…
    Don’t you wish you could say this directly to Sean…

    • Treant

      I’ve always appreciated that scene not so much for Gleason’s over-the-top yelling, but the much more subtle and absolutely perfectly pitched expressions that flicker across Audrey Meadows’ face. She very subtly moves from shock to consternation to anger in a matter of fifteen seconds.

      • Richard B

        I fully agree 😉

      • Robincho

        And that’s more acting than Sissy Jayne did in her entire career…

  • LesbianTippingHabits

    Well, at least Sean Hannity is asking Time Magazine a direct Yes-or-No question.

    And if Time Magazine cannot answer – Yes or No – the direct Yes-or-No question, well, that says something also.

    Time Magazine knows whether Time Magazine contacted – or did not contact – the White House for the alleged purpose. Time Magazine can answer Yes or No.

    Will Time Magazine answer Yes or No? That is the question.

    In much the same manner as Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) has not denied grabbing women’s behinds – despite clear allegations that merit a Yes-or-No response.

    Thank you.

    • Zollergasse

      TIME is not denying it called and said he was being considered. They’re denying that they told him that he was probably going to get the hmour. So stop being a pissy troll. Thank you.

      • LesbianTippingHabits

        Well, if Time contacted the White House, Donald Trump is not wrong.

        Thank you.

        • Priya Lynn

          Trump said they told him he would probably win, he lied about that regardless of whether nor not he was telling the truth about them contacting him.

          • LesbianTippingHabits

            Thank you.

            Other than the topic of the conversation – Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2017 – I do not accept at face value anything Donald Trump says about it.

            Thank you again.

    • whollyfool

      Unfortunately the question is flawed in this case…. If you look at James Poniewozik’s tweet above, Time contacts all possible winners. :/

      • LesbianTippingHabits

        Thank you. This means Donald Trump is not wrong – Time contacted him.

        • Priya Lynn

          Trump is wrong in that they didn’t tell him he’d probably win.

          • LesbianTippingHabits

            Thank you. But Time Magazine did contact the White House on this topic.

    • Priya Lynn

      Time didn’t give a yes or no response because they don’t reveal who won or didn’t win until the issue comes out.

      • LesbianTippingHabits

        Thank you, this is helpful, but – again – Time Magazine did contact the White House on this topic.

        Time Magazine has set the policy you mentioned and can make an exception to that policy. And Time Magazine should do so – pronto!

        After all, if Time Magazine hadn’t contacted the White House, well, Trump would not have been able to claim anything.

        Thank you again.

  • JAKvirginia

    Well, if anyone knows bullshit it’s this guy!

    (BTW: Classy to use a vulgarity in your tweet. FOX News standards, Sean?)

  • JerryRich

    As a big tennis fan I am really pleased that Andy Murray got into the fun.

  • cleos_mom

    Love the response tweets — there’s nothing ego-driven dictators hate more than being laughed at.

  • Dramphooey

    How can one be a mature adult and a Republican–if that is possible anymore–and not feel great shame at this nonsense?

  • Oscarlating Wildely

    “These arguments are not those of serious people,” they are “at best illogical and even bewildering.”

  • Rebecca Gardner

    Playboy called me and said I was going to be Playmate of the year but the shoot wasn’t going to be kinky enough for me so I told them no.

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      Oh my god! Hustler just called me and said the exact same thing! What are the chances?

      • architect_tim emailed me about a new film, but they said my cock was too big, so I said no to a penis reduction procedure.

    • KnownDonorDad

      This is the most believable one so far!

  • justmeeeee

    Ugh! Shut up, Sean.

  • ohbear1957

    Hey everybody! BEAR Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named “Bear of the Year,” but I would have to agree to an interview and a major nude photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!

    • Stubenville


    • Ross

      Oh! You are such a liar!

      For, BEAR called ME and said that that I was probably going to be named “Bear of the Year.”

      • ohbear1957

        A duo of bears on the cover could be fun. Just don’t block my light.

  • Ross

    Trump likely knows he will not be named Person of the Year.

    This destabilizes his ever-so-delicate ego.

    So, he makes up a story where HE declined the offer.

    It makes no difference to him that this could be easily disproved by TIME. This is irrelevant.

    What matters is simple:

    Trump states he declined offer.

    Because Trump truly believes he is a God & Perfect & Honest, now that he has stated X, it is true.

    And, thus, his ever-so-delicate ego has been restored to equilibrium.

  • Natty Enquirer

    This is pretty easy to figure out. Time asked Trump for photo/interview on the POSSIBILITY that he would be named Thing of the Year. Trump puffed “possibly” into “probably.” Little lie is still a lie.

    • Scout

      Either that, or he saw the online poll, and noted that they HADN’T called him this year, like they had last year, and concluded that he needed to come up with something to explain it. If they did call him on the possibility he would be named, they were probably doing it mostly as a courtesy call, and not realizing what a can of worms it would open. Not sure if TIME really wants to fanboy out enough to make him person of the year twice in a row.

      Here’s the thing: Last year, he did agree to interview as a possibility, and he DID get the title. Why would he act differently this year? Why would he not assume the same success this year?

      • kareemachan

        Or that he is just the shitgibbon like always and it has to be about HIM.

  • Halou

    It was probably Trump who called Time demanding they give him the title this year.

  • kanehau

    MAD magazine just called me and… oh wait… never mind.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok
  • Stubenville

    I’m going to be nice (I have no idea why), but does anyone else recall a news story from about early 2016 where Cheetolini’s lawyers used to insist on meeting with him in pairs, so there were no “misunderstandings” later? I think this is a “misunderstanding.”

    • Scout

      I remember that . . . either they contacted him and he “misunderstood”, or he saw their online poll and saw that he wasn’t in the lead and decided to be proactive. . .

    • thatotherjean

      Yes, I remember that. I don’t think this was a “misunderstanding,” though. I think it was pure Trump bullshit, made up to make himself feel better about the lousy job he’s doing.

  • Harveyrabbit
  • Tunamelt

    I’m hoping that Mueller is person of the year. Maybe they just wanted to tell tRump in person and get a picture of his reaction…

  • JWC

    That Eagle was not stupid he can smell a dead rat

    • thatotherjean

      And a live one.

  • SilasMarner

    Hey Hannity, you of all people know what bullshit is since that’s all that comes out of your mouth.

    • Gianni

      That’s a fact.

  • Xaca

    The Recording Academy called and said that I was probably going to be awarded a Grammy for Jazz Vocal Performance of the Year, Female, but that I would need to learn to sing and have gender reassignment surgery. I said “Maybe next year.”

  • thatotherjean

    Who you gonna believe? Time Magazine or Sean Hannity?

  • GanymedeRenard

    There’s something inherently repellent in this Hannity dude. Is it his stupid hair? Or is it a combination of stupid hair and stupidity in general? Same could be said about a certain pseudo-President, of course.

    • rusty57

      I’ve always wondered if Sean wasn’t one of those Irish-Catholic boys who were molested by the parish priest. The unresolved anger and rage he gives off would indicate a deep and violent betrayal of trust early in life.
      I’m just speculating here.

      • GanymedeRenard

        And I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if that were the case.

  • fuzzybits

    He needs to learn to part his hair first.

  • dogdadny
    • Gianni

      True. Their “Person Of The Year” isn’t automatically something complimentary about that person’s qualities as a human being.

      • MassageBear

        They should rename it something like: Most Newsworthy Person.

        • Gianni

          That would be better.

  • JCF

    Analyst on MSNBC just called “total BS” on Hannity. ;-/

  • Rocco

    Because Miss Thang is in a position to know! Lol…sad little man.…I’m sure his money and his sad little wiglet comfort him though.

  • Boy Elvis

    Why did Hannity capitalize the word “bullshit”? You see, Hannity’s respect for bullshit is so profound that to him it’s a proper noun. Makes sense, seeing as bullshit is his stock in trade and his bread and butter.

  • popebuck1

    Gotta hand it to old Sean – you can’t say he’s afraid to tackle the really pressing issues of the day.

  • Thorn Spike

    We’re still waiting to see that waterboarding you promised us, Sean.

  • Gianni

    Sean has the easiest show to put together. His head is snugly up Trump’s ass and he gets his daily instructions right from the source. Everything that isn’t a compliment to the Prez, is a lie. He hasn’t reported a single instance of actual, factual news out of the WH since his shit-source was assigned the presidency. Sean, you and FUX News are a disgrace to reputable news reporting. The real pity is that loyal listeners don’t have the brain power to realize that they are being bamboozled with a steady flow of non-news on a daily basis. Keep-a-goin’!

  • Willys41

    Yeah, Time just called and said I’m going to be Time Political Commenter of the Year and I said, “Hey, just show me to the spaghetti bar, baby!”

  • Willys41

    Yeah so President Trump just called and said I could probably get the Medal of Freedom but it would mean a big long photo shoot and interview and I said hey thanks anyway!!

  • Willys41

    By the way, did I mention that Joe.My.God just called and said I could ‘probably’ be Guest Celebrity Moderator of the Year but it would involve an interview and a really long photo shoot . . . .

  • MassageBear
  • leastyebejudged

    Stop making nobody’s famous.