Fox News chief propagandist Sean Hannity got more than he bargained for after engaging in a debate about immigration policy with Univision’s Jorge Ramos.
During the heated exchange, Hannity and Ramos argued about crime but couldn’t even agree on the basic statistics.
Eventually, Hannity got called out for spreading false information to his viewers.
An exasperated Ramos let loose on the right-wing pundit for using what he called misleading numbers on crime by leaving out context.
“You don’t tell your audience the truth, the facts,” Ramos said, “that immigrants are less likely to be criminals than those born in the United States.”
Watch the full exchange in the video below: