Chaz Bono called ‘dumber than dirt’ by Sean Hannity after claim Trump supporters traitors, fascists

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Chaz Bono, the offspring of Cher known as Chastity Bono before a sex-change operation, got into a Twitter war with Sean Hannity after he claimed that supporters of President Donald Trump are “Putin-loving, reality-denying traitors and fascists.” In response, Hannity called him “dumber than dirt” and challenged him to appear on his program for a debate.

According to BizPac Review, The online spat erupted after Hannity asked Wikileaks if they could confirm instances where the CIA used malware to falsely attribute cyberattacks to Russian hackers.

BizPac Review added:

Bono reacted to Hannity’s Twitter query by blasting him and all Trump supporters as “traitors” and “fascists.” (Side note: Chaz revealed in a separate tweet that he may have hired illegal aliens as housekeepers. They have since been arrested by ICE.)

He obviously doesn’t believe that the CIA can plant “false flag attacks” despite the Wikileaks documents, which came directly from CIA insiders.

Hannity suggested Bono educate himself on the facts before tweeting liberal talking points:

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Hannity challenged him to a debate so he could expose the Hollywood leftist as being dumber than dirt:

But Bono would have none of it:


Hannity responded by calling Bono a coward:

Of course, because it’s so much easier to tweet insults than actually have to defend one’s position.

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