While much of the country was focused on the aftermath of the fatal, unsuccessful insurrection by Trump supporters, his friend Sean Hannity was preoccupied with a satirical tweet about Olive Garden.
It started when CNN's Anderson Cooper mentioned that the insurrectionists "are going to go back to the Olive Garden and to the Holiday Inn that they're staying at, and the Garden Marriott, and they're going to have some drinks and they're going to talk about the great day that they had in Washington, that they really did something and stand up for something. And they stood up for nothing other than mayhem."
In response, a Twitter user posted a fake press release that included a line mentioning the company had "revoked a Lifetime Pasta Pass from Sean Hannity."
It must have struck a nerve, as Hannity went in-depth to deny the revocation of his Lifetime Pasta Pass.
Hannity tonight devoted an entire segment of his show to trying to debunk a satirical tweet alleging he lost his li… https://t.co/eBUaZd6gmQ— Aaron Rupar (@Aaron Rupar)1610163129.0