Hannity Loses It After ‘A**hole’ WSJ Editor Calls Him ‘Dumbest’ Fox Anchor

If you hit Sean Hannity on social media, he’s going to hit back hard.

The conservative talking head went on a late-night Twitter rampage on Thursday after Wall Street Journal editor Bret Stephens called him “Fox News’ dumbest anchor.”

Stephens kicked it off by tweeting about Hannity’s anti-GOP establishment rant earlier this week:

The talk radio host did not take kindly to the remark from the “Wsj genius”:

He also said Stephens is among the “assholes” he will hold responsible if Hillary Clinton wins the White House.

Hannity later claimed he was definitely not mad, tweeting that he fired off the missive after one beer at a Yankees game and that he had fun “mixing it up.”

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