PENN: Shut up, you (EXPLETIVE) (EXPLETIVE)!
PAPARAZZI: Oh, word?!
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HANNITY: Wow, reaction?
MALKIN: Yes, the Hollywood anger management candidate apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Of course, dad, Sean Penn, the senior of course, was involved in violent altercations with paparazzi and here now is the son, Hopper Penn, who was pretty hopped up in that video hurling racist slurs at a photographer on the day that, you know, one of these gay marriage cases is before the Supreme Court.
Sean Penn himself, a big champion of gay rights, remember a couple of years ago he was honored by Hollywood for his depiction of gay mayor Harvey Milk, San Francisco mayor and waxed forth so sanctimoniously about the need for tolerance. Maybe he should have been delivering that speech to his son.
HANNITY: You know, I watch this and I'm thinking, you know, there's such hypocrisy by -- you know, they should be thanking the paparazzi because it gets some pictures in the paper and some publicity. Why is there all this anger? Alec Baldwin is another lunatic out there that freaks out if photographer taking a picture. Somebody wants to take a picture, I go hi, smile. What's the big deal?
MALKIN: Look, I don't have -- I have sympathy for a lot of people who are famous and have to deal with that, especially if they have children. But look, that photographer wasn't doing anything. He was doing his job and he was attacked in this very bigoted way by liberal celebrities who are accusing --
HANNITY: Imagine if it was said at a Tea Party rally which it wasn't.
MALKIN: Or by a Republican's child.
HANNITY: Appreciate it.
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