Sean Hannity Decides To Leave New York After Andrew Cuomo Tells Pro-Life Conservatives To Get Out
Sean Hannity’s estimated net worth is 35 million dollars and he’s about to move it out of New York City.
In a radio interview last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) made some disparaging comments about pro-life conservatives, stating they had “no place in the state of New York because that’s not who New Yorkers are.”
Those remarks drew the ire of conservative talk show host Sean Hannity, who on his Monday radio program declared he had enough and was abandoning his home state, where he hosts his widely syndicated radio show and his high-rated Fox News Channel television program.
“Gov. Cuomo, I’m going to leave and I’m taking all of my money with me — every single solitary penny,” he added. “And by the way governor, because I work here — there’s a whole bunch of people that work for me and benefit because I do two shows. And I guess maybe some of them will be out of work, governor. I’m sure you’ll take care of them.”
Cuomo wants people like Hannity out of New York and it looks like he’s going to get his wish. He’s taking a few jobs and a lot of taxes with him and chances are, he won’t be the only conservative leaving. Honestly, it’s hard to understand why more people haven’t left New York City already because it’s extremely expensive, it’s doomed to eventually go bankrupt and worst of all, the mayor is an honest to goodness Commie.
Not only will New York’s loss end up being Texas or Florida’s gain, but Hannity won’t miss the city. How many times do you need to see Times Square and the Statue of Liberty anyway?
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