Debbie Schlussel’s report that Sean Hannity’s charity is a scam — it donated less than 4% of its take to the wounded vets it purports to support — is being picked up by “reasonable” conservatives. Frum, for example, wonders if other conservatives will even mention that Sean likes to fly to those events in private jets, and charters a fleet of luxury SUVs for transporting his entourage. Sully calls that “a poignant question”.
I’ve got a touching question, one which may be a bit unreasonable, given the ruthless self-examination on display here:
Update: The head of the foundation, Ollie North, issued a press release [pdf], denying everything. The Post story is based on a 2007 report by the American Institute for Philanthropy. They gave Freedom Alliance, the charity Hannity was pimping, an “F”. AIP is a membership-only organization that charges for its guide, so I can’t see what it was rated more recently.