Sean Hannity thinks calling women “genitalia” is a pretty good joke!

Conservative radio host Mark Levin thinks women are walking genitalia. Hannity totally gets it! VIDEO

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Sean Hannity thinks calling women "genitalia" is a pretty good joke! (Credit: Fox News)

Conservative radio host Mark Levin called women “genitalia” during a Tuesday interview with with Sean Hannity on Fox News, and Hannity thought it was a totally good joke because he really understands Levin’s sense of humor!

If the Republicans want to win elections, they have to “stop chasing ethnic groups, stop chasing genitalia,” Levin told Hannity. “Talk to the American people. Talk about liberty, opportunity. Explain to them that [President Barack] Obama’s wrong, and that we need to unleash the American people and unleash the economy.”

Hannity knew that some people (like the genitalias watching at home) would maybe bristle at Levin’s choice of language, but those people just don’t get his humor. “You might be making news with that ‘genitalia’ remark,” Hannity reassured his guest. “But those that don’t know you don’t know your sense of humor.”

Since Hannity and Levin are very comfortable with referring to people as genitalia, let’s take a moment to note that they are both terrible dicks.

Watch it here:

h/t Media Matters

 

Katie McDonough is Salon's politics writer, focusing on gender, sexuality and reproductive justice. Follow her on Twitter @kmcdonovgh or email her at kmcdonough@salon.com.

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