Sean Hannity and Glenn tease some big summer plans

Glenn joined Sean Hannity’s radio show for an entire hour yesterday that featured a spirited discussion between Glenn, Sean, and Ann Coulter. While the conversation was supposed to be about Glenn’s new book Miracles and Massacres, it ended up being a tease for a very exciting event that they hope will happen this summer.

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“Everybody in my audience has said you know, you, and Rush [Limbaugh], and Mark [Levin], and Sean need to get together,” Glenn explained on radio this morning. “And then [Sean and I] talked yesterday about something and he’s like, ‘Let’s go on the air with it’… And so we announced the first part of the plan for this summer.”

In the past few months, Glenn has been very candid about the past differences that existed between some of the radio hosts, but recently Glenn, Sean, Mark, and others have made an effort to forge new relationships and work together.

“We’re quickly becoming good friends, and I think this is a remarkable thing. So I asked them: Would you do the opening night with me. The three of us together? One night. Never been done before. We’ve never been in the same place like that,” Glenn said. “And I’d like to see if Rush would do it. And we were all kind of afraid to ask Rush. Everybody is like, ‘You ask Rush. I’m not asking him… He’s the God of talk radio. You ask him.’ But anyway, we’ll give you more information on that right after the first of the year.”

You can listen to the announcement from Sean’s radio show below:

Glenn also shared that Sean gave him one of the most thoughtful Christmas gifts he has received – a 1946 first edition copy of the Art of Walt Disney, signed by Walt himself.

“[It] was so gracious… and so kind,” Glenn said. “He doesn’t know I’m saying anything about this, [but] he gave that to me and I’m like, ‘You got to be kidding me.’ I mean, really, really, a kind gesture.”

Stay tuned for my details on the summer event…

  • Sam Fisher

    I would go to something like that.

  • We’re Screwed

    I’ll be there!

  • Kaiser

    So will 60,000 others. I’m going to try and be there.

  • jalina susan stutte

    Im going for sure.

  • Jarret Baney

    It’s about time they join together. Four of the biggest conservative voices working together, we can’t wait! With that much sanity/truth in one show the libs are going to short circuit..!!

  • Crassus

    I wouldn’t be surprised to see Glenn, Levin, and Hannity, along with Ann Coulter, sharing the stage at some venue this coming summer but I seriously doubt that Rush Limbaugh will be there with them. Rush doesn’t like sharing the spotlight with anyone.

  • Anonymous

    Don’t forget about these two

  • Anonymous

    Holy cow. I think conservatives would be absolutely ecstatic to see all the heavy-hitters together. And we really need something like this, anyway. We certainly are in desperate times.

  • Anonymous

    I would like to believe that we are winning the argument too, but I am afraid that we are not winning. I look at the latest elections. The Mayor of Newark who did not live there is elected to the Senate. He is a black guy and of course the majority of blacks vote according to ones skin color. Second, the great people of Virginia just elected a Clinton crook to be Governor. The so intelligent people of New York City just elected a Communist to be there next Mayor. Is that a step up or a step down from having a nanny Mayor? One cannot forget all those newly Democrat Mayors that were elected by the people who want their cities to resemble Detroit. I too hope that we are winning, but it is hard to compete with the other side and their giveaways.

  • Anonymous

    I would love to see these guys together. I hope that if they do, and since they won’t be able to be everywhere at once, that they do the same thing that Glenn and O’Reilly did with Bold and Fresh by showing it on movie screens simultaneously. That will be sold out all across the country…

  • Jarret Baney

    I believe part of the reason that people of color vote that way is the lack of information. These conservative voices speaking truths in lock step is a good start at combating that. Once a person has that conservative switch flip and realize we aren’t racists or woman haters etc. it is hard for them to defend the choices they used to make. The other side has been hating for so long these newly elected socialists don’t have near as much clout as before with the people. If voter fraud is eliminated one might be surprised at the different outcomes of elections like the one in Virginia with that Clintonite. I agree it is a uphill battle all the way.

  • bucketnutz

    Sean better have a Plan B because I see FOX is starting to lean to the left and they are shuffling the stalwart righties like Hannity off he stage. Bill OReilly has taken on this vanilla persona that gags me and the hiring of Howard Kurtz and other flamers from the left, is disturbing .

  • Bonnie Somer

    i would love it hope it is not clear across the country but i would love glenn sean mark and rush ok and ann yet i want to know how NYC just elected de blasio that commie OMG

  • Canadianlady

    I’ll come to America to attend that.

  • American_Proud

    I would love to see and hear this live myself..

  • Socialism is Evil. Organized.

    Adam Smith first realized that we had stumbled upon ways to cooperate which enabled us to overcome the limits of our own personal knowledge.

  • Crassus

    If CNN had any sense they would hire Hannity away from Fox once his contract expires (don’t know when that will be) since he seems to have become the odd man out there. Jettison Piers Morgan and give Hannity his old 9:00 timeslot again. Guarantee that their ratings in that timeslot will skyrocket and he may have enough spillover appeal to improve the ratings of Anderson Cooper. Probably won’t happen though seeing as how CNN prexy Jeff Zucker is the one who swung MSNBC hard left.

  • One Thirsty Bear

    Revolutionary Marxism failed, in part, because it deprived human aggression of the internal channel of private property, redirected aggression outward, and thus gave rise to the most ruthless dictators.