Hannity donates $25K to fired Obamacare operator (video)

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Sean HannityFox News host and Premiere Networks talker Sean Hannity called the Affordable Care Act hotline during his show 10/23 and spoke with operator Earline Davis, who was later fired for agreeing to speak on-air and answer questions that he had. So, the next day during The Sean Hannity Show, he announced he is donating one-year’s salary ($25K) to Davis and her family, in addition to launching a campaign to help her find a new job.


Local Hannity affiliate, Magic Broadcasting’s WYOO Talk 101.1 in Panama City, FL (the city Earline lives in), has offered her a job, but she’s fielding other offers until she makes a final decision. The community is being very supportive, the station said.  Listeners can visit Hannity.com or email [email protected] with job opportunities in the Panama City area to help.

See Hannity interview Davis here:

 


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