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Sean Hannity slams FDA and Biden for BANNINGJUUL e-cigs sales despite not cracking down and heroin


Sean Hannity didn’t live up to his promise to vape on air after the risk of arrest dissolved. 

On the Wednesday night edition of his Fox News show, Sean Hannity vowed to defy the law and proudly vape his e-cig live on air in a segment discussing a possible FDA ban on Juul products. 

On Thursday night, he teased fans by unwrapping a brand new Juul and appearing to raise it toward his lips, but stopped short. 

He jokingly said he was skipping the lawless act because the law didn’t take effect until ‘next Wednesday.’ 

‘All right, that took away my desire to hit the Juul on air since they won’t be coming to arrest me,’ he joked. ‘Darn, such a good opportunity. I know the liberal media mob is probably devastated.’ 

Sean Hannity (pictured on Thursday) didn't live up to his promise to vape on air after the risk of arrest dissolved as the ban doesn't go into effect until Wednesday, but he still took the opportunity to slam the Biden Administration for only regulating one company

Sean Hannity (pictured on Thursday) didn’t live up to his promise to vape on air after the risk of arrest dissolved as the ban doesn’t go into effect until Wednesday, but he still took the opportunity to slam the Biden Administration for only regulating one…



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