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Sean Hannity Accidentally Makes Case For Voting For Biden In Hilarious Backfire

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Sean Hannity summed up what Biden voters get for their vote as 'beer and birth control and free college' and people were pretty into it.

Conservative host Sean Hannity's attempt at mocking Democratic President Joe Biden's reelection campaign backfired when he tried to discourage voters from considering casting the ballot for Biden but may have accidentally done the opposite.

The famously staunch supporter of convicted former Republican President Donald Trump, who is the presumptive GOP nominee, wound up making a great case for voting for Biden when he jeered:


“Beer and birth control and free college. What a nice deal. Please vote for us."

"That gonna work?" Hannity snarkily asked.

Social media users thought the Fox News personality's pitch was actually an improvement over Trump's campaign policies on immigration, and reproductive rights, and his threatening of an impending bloodbath if things don't go in his favor.

Journalist Aaron Rupar wrote on X (formerly Twitter):

"Doesn't sound so bad when you put it like that."

Hannity earlier slammed Biden's campaign and claimed the President's team was resorting to “very desperate pandering” to entice voters.

He scoffed:

“You can’t make this up. How are they trying to attract young voters?"
"With beer and birth control. Free beer. Free birth control. And, I guess, free college tuition. ‘Vote for us.' "

Hannity really set himself up with that one.








His remarks cut to a closeup of former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who was a guest on the segment.

Gingrich had nothing to contribute but did offer a long-held neutral smile, which got some play online as well.





Meanwhile, Democrats continued to raise a glass to Hannity's interpretation of Biden's campaign messaging.



And then there's the other alternative.


We know which campaign sounds more attractive to us.

Thanks for your endorsement, Sean!

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