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There’s a good chance Hank Williams Jr. is known to you as the man behind that iconic Monday Night Football theme. However, after you watch the video below, you might know him more as “Hank Williams Jr., craziest person in the world.” Because that’s about how he came off during an otherworldly appearance today on Fox News morning program Fox and Friends.
From the moment Williams appeared on the screen with arms sternly folded to the moment the Fox and Friends hosts desperately switched topics back to Monday Night Football, it was straight-up crazytown on Williams’ end – and hilarious discomfort on the part of the hosts. Was there a Hitler comparison? You bet there was. Was there a bizarre analogy no one understood between Hitler and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu? Hey, why not? The rhetoric is too insane to even get mad at. Via Mediaite, here’s video:
The angry tone, as well as missopken lines like “the country this shape is in” and the bizarre Three Stooges reference when he was talking about two people, really pushed this from “Wow, what is going on here?” to “Holy crap you guys, Hank Williams Jr. is COMPLETELY INSANE.” He was somewhat more subdued when talking about MNF – even his “rowdy” friend, “Mr. Kid Rock” – as well as his father’s collection of rare recordings that’s just being released now, but let’s face it: no one’s going to be talking about that.
Something else we’re wondering: red state or no, can the University of Alabama really be thrilled Williams wore a hat with its logo on it while instigating a televised train wreck? Can ESPN, which televises Monday Night Football be too thrilled about this, for that matter? Same for Herman Cain, the presidential candidate Williams came closest to endorsing despite an apparent overriding disdain for pretty much everyone and everything. But really, what set this apart wasn’t the disdain as much as the entirely batshit way Williams expressed it. We know Williams is ready for some football – hopefully he’s also ready never to be asked to talk about politics on television again.
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