As long as major companies are ending sales of the Confederate flag in the wake of the Charleston church shooting, why not pull rap music from the shelves as well?
That debatable logic came courtesy of Fox News' Sean Hannity on his radio show Wednesday.
"A lot of the music by those artists is chock full of the n-word and the b-word and the h-word, and racist, misogynist, sexist anti-woman slurs none of those retail executes would be caught dead using,” he said.
Hannity managed to work President Barack Obama's family into the conversation as well.
"If it’s OK for Obama’s teenage daughters and people to go into these stores and buy music chock-full of the n-word, the b-word, well maybe we should consider banning that too,” Hannity said. “We’re in the process of banning everything. Just a thought.”
Listen above for the full commentary, plus an odd aside in which the host declares that he doesn't understand Prince's music.
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