Rachel recently passed Hannity in the cable news ratings, which probably is
his motivation for manufacturing this.

On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 8:57 PM Tom Wolper <twol...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 8:59 PM, PGage <pga...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I would put some virtual money down on a bet against Kevin’s prediction
>> of them ending up on each other’s show, at least in the form he suggests
>> (shaking hands and laughing). I could see Hannity daring Kimmel to have him
>> on so he (Hanitty) can confront the liberal monster to his face - and I
>> could see Kimmel maybe being happy to do that - but that would strictly be
>> a laughing *at*, not with you situation.
>>
>> If Hannity really will only stop when Kimmel apologies, then he will
>> never stop. If, more likely, they stop when a critical mass of people stop
>> caring, then I suspect they already have.
>>
> Free publicity for both men/shows. It will end when the next idiot says
>>> something stupid or posts something stupid on social media. And a year from
>>> now, if not sooner, one of the guys will go on the other guy’s show and
>>> they will shake hands and laugh.
>>>
>>
> What Kevin proposes is the equivalent of the Allen/Benny feud. The feud
> exists to promote both shows and at the end they will get together and wink
> at us about the feud. That doesn't seem what is happening to me. Hannity
> certainly isn't trying to build up Kimmel's viewers among the FNC faithful
> and Kimmel isn't trying to get people to watch Hannity. Hannity, in his
> attacks, is trying to drive viewers away from Kimmel's show, not towards
> it. Colbert had O'Reilly on both of his shows - on the Colbert Report it
> was to show that both his and O'Reilly's shows were entertainment and not
> news. Colbert had O'Reilly on the Late Show to show that he (Colbert) did
> not see the rivalry as genuine.
>
> Hannity is attacking Kimmel out of the blue. Kimmel said nothing about
> Hannity; he did a bit based on a video clip of Melania Trump and Hannity
> attacked him as a way to ride to her rescue. By striking back at Hannity
> Kimmel makes it entertaining. Unless Hannity finds something truly
> transgressive about Kimmel, and if he didn't have it before the first
> attack he doesn't have it now, it's school yard name calling. In that case,
> it's no-lose for Kimmel. He can continue counterpunching and making Hannity
> look foolish until Hannity runs out of steam. And I predict that is the end
> game. Hannity goes nowhere and gives up the attacks before he suffers too
> much damage. But there is no scenario where they get together and pretend
> it was all for show.
>
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