Fox News host Sean Hannity has a new target for his close-minded shouting: Ryan Adams.
Yesterday, the Los Angeles-based Adams responded to Hannity's Tweet about role models, in which the dimwitted host cited "politicians like Clinton and Weiner" and controversial "athletes like A-Rod and Armstrong," then asked, "Who are our kids supposed to look up to these days?"
Apparently this ruffled Adams' bed-head, because he shot back with this wonderful retort: "Your entire soul is controlled by fear and by hate. Evolve little chicken man. See reality."
Hannity, in typical Fox News style, responded by inviting Adams onto his show, hoping the singer-songwriter would sit still while Hannity screamed at him. "Confident on Twitter, but too scared to come on and explain yourself?" Hannity wrote. Adams replied, "I don't negotiate with terrorists," then later wrote, "Thanks for inviting me on your show. If I wanted to be yelled at I would go see a Youth of Today reunion show. : )"
So Hannity dedicated an entire segment of his show to the Twitter beef, and naturally invited on an appropriate expert to help dissect the situation: Miss Oklahoma Anna-Marie Costello, a Twitter expert with a whopping 177 followers.
In the segment (watch above), Hannity repeatedly disses Adams ("you probably don't know him; he's not that popular") and shouts, "He called me a 'terrorist' … Considering the need to call me a terrorist, if we wanted to torture terrorists, we can play his music, which isn't that popular anyway, on a 24-hour loop would probably drive them nuts."
Music and Twitter expert Costello (who even praised her own "talent" and "integrity"), adds, "He has no sense of integrity... He's talking like a 15-year-old. That's not a man."
Oh, and in case Hannity was wondering why Adams couldn't make it, it's probably because he was busy in the studio recording new music with Jenny Lewis. See proof below.