Guest: You’re Saying George Zimmerman Was Right? Hannity: ‘Absolutely’

Fox News host Sean Hannity on Wednesday left two guests stunned when he told them he “absolutely” thought George Zimmerman was right in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in 2012.

The Rev. Marcus Mosiah Jarvis and criminal defense attorney Eric Guster, both of whom are black, sparred with Hannity over racial injustice, the justice system and the high-profile violent deaths of unarmed black teenagers like Martin and Michael Brown.

Hannity called President Obama a “three-time loser” on addressing race, citing Martin, the unrest in Ferguson, and the arrest of Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. in 2009.

When Guster challenged him, Hannity began to defend Zimmerman, who has had numerous run-ins with the law since his acquittal on murder, and repeated his critique that Obama “rushed to judgment” in speaking out about the case.

“So you’re saying George Zimmerman was right?” Guster asked, dumbfounded.

“Absolutely!” Hannity said.

“Oh my god. You’re defending George Zimmerman?” Guster shouted.

“Are you serious?” Jarvis said.

“Your credibility has gone out the window like baby in the bathwater,” Guster added.

Watch the clip over at Mediaite.

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