If Sean Hannity is saying that, how does he justify it on doctrine? Isn't he Catholic?
Is he aware that's a Freemason teaching, and forbidden by the Church?
Maybe he needs to hear several listeners ask him if he's a Freemason, because he sounds just like one. That might make him wake up, plus a few choice quotes from Mortalium animos could help -- combined with reminiding him that anything ONCE CONDEMNED by a pope is condemned in eternity and is irreformable. (Anything regarding faith or morals, that is.)
So, has nobody bothered to ask him, "What about EENS?" Has he ever heard of it? Or does he think it's been 'overturned' or whatever? It would be interesting to hear his answer to that. He must have one, it's just a matter of what he thinks is a good answer, and where he learned it.