from free market news: Fox news TV and radio star Sean Hannity once again contradicted a clear victory by presidential candidate Ron Paul of Fox’s own post-debate poll in the aftermath of Sunday night’s Fox-sponsored GOP presidential debate. The post-debate poll showed that Ron Paul won with 34 percent of the viewer vote.
At one point, with the poll showing Ron Paul winning the informal “cell phone” poll, Hannity burst out with a definitive statement, “Ron Paul did not win the debate tonight,” even though the poll showed that he was winning by a wide margin. Hannity also said bluntly that Ron Paul were “stacking” the poll. This is the same sort of statement he made during a previous Fox sponsored debate which Ron Paul also won.
Hannity later interviewed Ron Paul and asked if he would support Hillary Clinton.
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