Hannity To Women At CPAC: I ‘Have X-Ray Fox Vision’ – You’re Pregnant!

FILE - This July 31, 2009 file photo shows Fox News Channel political commentator Sean Hannity speaking in Tyler, Texas. Both Democratic and Republican advocates are using Tuesday's Fox News Channel appearance by Re... FILE - This July 31, 2009 file photo shows Fox News Channel political commentator Sean Hannity speaking in Tyler, Texas. Both Democratic and Republican advocates are using Tuesday's Fox News Channel appearance by Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota to raise money, even as the newly minted feud continues. Ellison opened his appearance on Tuesday's show by calling Hannity "the worst excuse for a journalist that I've ever seen" and their discussion descended from there. The congressman appeared upset by a Hannity commentary just before his appearance that ridiculed President Barack Obama's speeches about fiscal negotiations. (AP Photo/Dr. Scott M. Lieberman, file) MORE LESS
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Fox News host Sean Hannity joked during a speech on Friday about having “x-ray Fox vision” that enabled him to see that some of the women in the audience were pregnant.

The comment came during his speech on the second day of the Conservative Political Action Conference being held near Washington D.C. Hannity was explaining to the audience that those in the “young, good-looking crowd” were America’s future.

“I can look out in the crowd — I kind of have x-ray Fox vision — and I can see some of you women, you don’t even know it yet, but you’re pregnant,” Hannity said. “It’s not your fault. It’s not his fault. Who’s fault is it?”

Hannity then got “serious,” without ever answering his question, and continued with his speech.

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