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Leave it to Sean Hannity to start some more controversy!

Last night on his radio show, the conservative political analyst addressed President Obama‘s comments that involved comparing himself to Trayvon Martin.

Obama said in his speech:

“When Trayvon Martin was first shot, I said that this could have been my son. Another way of saying that is, Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago.”

This seemed to rub Hannity the wrong way, as he asked Obama on his show if he meant that they were alike because he smoked pot.

He said on his show:

“Now the president’s saying Trayvon could’ve been me 35 years ago. This is a particularly helpful comment. Is that the president admitting that I guess because what, he was part of the Choom Gang and he smoked pot and he did a little blow — I’m not sure how to interpret because we know that Trayvon had been smoking pot that night.”

Many Fox News coordinators have been outraged by Obama’s comments, so this coming from Hannity isn’t too surprising.

This is just too much. People should really be focusing on bringing justice to Trayvon!

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