I can't take watching too much of Hannity's show and try to avoid it for the most part. It gives me the same physical reaction as Jon Stewart had when he endured an hour of torture waiting to hear an apology, only to get a non-apology from him at the end of his show.
Hannity may not have liked it, and I'm not impressed that this debacle turned into a shoutfest, but his guest Leo Terrell is exactly right that not just Hannity, but Faux News in general has spent hours of their time propping up Ben Carson as the next great savior of the GOP, even though the man doesn't have any experience in politics. They're touting him as someone the right should take seriously as a potential presidential candidate.
As I noted in the post where Jon Stewart went after Carson, Hannity didn't do him any favors with the interview he gave him and Carson probably threw whatever political aspirations he might have had down the toilet with his remarks equating gay people to pedophiles and people who want to have sex with animals. Carson also didn't do himself any favors with his follow-up interviews on MSNBC and CNN.