Sean Hannity Turns Criticism Of Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal Into MyPillow Ad

As the world prepares for the aftermath of President Joe Biden's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, leave talk show host Sean Hannity to put things in perspective.
His recording? Well, on his Tuesday radio show, it seemed like "don't ask what you can do for your country, ask what you can do for MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell".
Hannity spoke about the plight of the Americans in Kabul who were trying to flee the country before the Taliban came to power.
“As an American, how would you like to be in Kabul today and not come to the airport? Where do you think your life is going? ”He asked rhetorically.
But what Hannity said next seemed less empathy than advertising.
“If you're one of those family members, I'll bet you aren't sleeping. I don't even think My Pillow can, "he said, adding," MyPillow.com. I am going there. I fall asleep faster, I sleep longer. It will be many sleepless nights for so many of our fellow Americans. We have to bring her home. "
You can hear Hannity praising Lindell's pillow in the segment below, courtesy of Media Matters For America.
Interestingly, the MyPillow shout-out follows, as Lindell Hannity and the other Fox News presenter Laura Ingraham criticized on the right-wing OAN network for failing to show him or his fake “evidence” of the theft of the 2020 elections.
"The truth is [Sean], you don't say anything on your show," Lindell scolded Hannity on Monday. "Neither do you, Laura."
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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