Clay Joins 'Hannity' To Discuss Jussie Smollett's Latest Crime Against Humanity, And Radical Climate Change Protest

Actor Jussie Smollett appears to be going full method for a potential R. Kelly biopic.

After being released from prison, Smollet — the convicted felon and Empire actor — wrote an R&B song touting his innocence and calling out the haters that responded to his jail sentencing for faking a hate crime.

OutKick founder Clay Travis joined Sean Hannity and Leo Terrell in primetime to discuss the clunky R&B ballad and crazed actor.

"I think Jussie Smollett is actually crazier than Keith Olbermann," Clay told Hannity.

Clay, Hannity and Terrell also discussed the latest trend in radical environmentalism: slashing people's tires over climate change.


Tune in to The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show to get more honest and insightful coverage on America, sports and politics.

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