Sean Hannity — Who Attacked Others For Not Keeping Marriage Vows — Is Divorcing His Wife
Fox News host Sean Hannity and his wife, Jill Rhodes, have divorced after more than 20 years of marriage, reports Page Six.
Hannity slammed people who could not keep their wedding vows on Fox News in 2008, reported Media Matters:
If you take a vow, a promise, a pledge, a solemn vow, and you promise to love, honor, cherish, be faithful to, in good times and in bad, richer or poorer, better or worse, and be faithful, you know, till death do you part, if you don’t — if you can’t keep that vow, why should people not be suspect that you keep a vow to, you know, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States?
Friends of Hannity and Rhodes told Page Six the couple have been legally divorced for more than a year and separated many years prior to that, but kept it quiet.
Hannity — who pushed the debunked Seth Rich murder conspiracy after Rich’s parents pleaded for him to stop — is asking “for the sake of their children that their privacy be respected.”
Early in his career, Hannity told lesbian Jody May-Chang that he felt sorry for her child, reported the New York Times: “I think anyone that believes, anyone listening to this show that believes homosexuality is just a normal lifestyle has been brainwashed.”