When someone is pushed to provide evidence of their assertions and they are forced to say the words "I have no evidence," it is a spanking pure and simple.
[WATCH]- Michelle Malkin and Sean Hannity spank Juan Williams on Hannity.
Via MediaIte, who describes the discussion:
Williams responded by bringing up the Tea Party movement. If I was on this show, he started, “and I said the racism in some parts of the Tea Party, or what about the Tea Party person—” before he was cut off by the question, “What racism?”
“Do not slander,” Malkin said firmly, as Williams went on to mention “jokes about monkeys and the president.” Malkin staunchly pressed, “Who? Name me one Tea Party person who said that.”
Amid their overlapping arguing, Malkin bluntly said, “Name it or retract it, Juan.” He responded he doesn’t remember, but advised Malkin to look it up. Nonetheless, Malkin asked whether that’s “tantamount” to calling for violence.
Williams insisted the movement is talking about fairness, because nobody is talking about fairness — to which Hannity remarked, “That’s all the president ever talks about.”
Hannity challenged Williams to give an example of Tea Party racism, mentioning that Andrew Breitbart offered $100,000 for video evidence to prove Williams’ assertions.
Williams said, “I don’t have any evidence,” which, Malkin concluded, is the takeaway quote.
I would have to say, "indeed" to Michelle Malkin, that is the takeaway quote from the whole discussion."
H/T Hot Air who credits Gateway Pundit.