Fox News has the oddest grouping of Negro pundits in the media industry. Although it is true that, on occasion, the network brings on real thinkers, like Marc Lamont Hill, it is just as true that many of the African-American guests are odd, reactionary, and irrational. Take last night’s episode of Hannity, which paired Radio host Leo Terrell and author Erik Rush to debate gun control, as an example. The debate between these two quickly erupted into a shouting match of one random Negro against the other. To be fair, Hannity opened with an inflammatory and asinine comment about how O.J. Simpson didn’t need a gun to kill his wife. This, of course, doesn’t take into account that O.J. was found not guilty in a criminal court. Just as telling, though, is that Hannity would use that example when discussing gun control with two black men. It was N*gger bait, and Terrell took that bait, and chided Hannity, saying “Shame on you!” for bringing up O.J. Simpson. Terrell then continued, defending Costas’ recent pro-gun control comments, and saying Belcher should not have had access to a gun. When Hannity mocked Terrell, suggesting Terrell check his crystal ball, Terrell assailed Hannity for “making a mockery of a very serious issue.” Rush then came to Hannity’s defense with all of the multisyllabic words he could muster, dismissing the “fearmongering” and “histrionics” that always follows a slaughter of individuals by a shooter, saying liberals just wanted to “disarm the public”, which Terrell called “a complete lie.” Terrell then accused Rush of being “used”, and Rush called Terrell an “embarrassment”, or was it the other way around? In the end, somebody told somebody to shut up, and Hannity got exactly what he’d wanted all along, an on air chimpout, which, I’m sure, is what they call the pitting of one mediocre minded black personality against another over at Fox. That’s a win-win. All I know is that I sloughed off at least 20 I.Q. points watching that madness.