Hannity: Drop one nuke and it was all over

Mark Rosenblum, founder of Americans for Peace Now, must be a brave man to step into the ring with raging conservative lunatic Sean Hannity.

While discussing the Israeli/Hezbollah cease-fire, Hannity pulls his classic ‘freak out and stop letting the guest talk routine’ after Rosenblum states that Israel “was not prepared to deal with the counter-insurgency.” Queue the meltdown:

“They could have OBLITERATED them had there not been world pressure.”
Damn the decent people of the world that objected to the excessive civilian death toll and demanded a cease fire. Damn. Them.

At this point, Alan Combes attempts to reel in his colleague by calling for a commercial break, but if you listen carefully, you hear Hannity exclaim…
“Drop one nuke and it was all over.”
For some reason, Hannity has a hard time understanding why other nations interjected to end the carnage. However, he seems to think that dropping a nuke on an abstract target would have been a perfectly viable solution.
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