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When Fox News announced they wouldn't allow Ron Paul into their "Republican Forum", some longtime suckers viewers were upset.  A recent WMUR poll showed Ron Paul with 10% of the NH Republican vote, far ahead of Thompson.

So, a group of Ron Paul protesters showed their displeasure outside of the forum.  That's when they spotted Sean Hannity and began chasing him down the street chanting "Fox News Sucks!"  Cliff Schecter of Brave New Films has the video:

Wow!  That is one angry conservative mob.  100 years ago they might have had torches and pitchforks.  Almost makes you feel sorry for Sean Hannity.  Almost.  Toward the end of the video you can hear people yelling "We aren't falling for it anymore Sean!"  Even conservatives are freeing themselves of Faux News.  Oh, how the mighty have fallen.  First Bill O'Reilly assaults an Obama staffer, then Sean Hannity nearly gets tarred and feathered.

I can't tell who's having a worst time in New Hampshire....the Republicans or Faux News?

And just for fun, click here to see the Huffington Post’s Roy Sekoff get in a couple of good shots at O'Reilly on Fox News.

Sekoff: "...and I give him (O'Reilly) credit, cause he didn't hit
him with a loofah or a falafel.
 
MacCallum: "Alllllright!"
 
Sekoff: "Oh yeah. You know, Martha, maybe the thing was that he was surprised that when he showed up at an Obama event, it was just like any other event and no one was yelling for their iced tea."

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Mon Jan 07, 2008 at 06:19 PM PST.

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