On Friday, Kimberly Jones posted a video of her son, Keaton, describing the bullying he endures at school and wondering, through tears, why people do it.
The video gained the attention of the Tennessee Titans, who gave the family tickets to a game. Offensive tackle Taylor Lewan also offered his services as a bodyguard.
Fox News host Sean Hannity also saw the video and tweeted that if someone provides him with the name of the school, principal and school board members, “I will gladly make the calls myself and fix this.”
He added that he would also fly Keaton and his parents to New York City as his guests and arrange a visit to Fox News.
About an hour later, Hannity made another offer worth $10,000. He tweeted that if someone sets up a scholarship account for Keaton, he would give $10,000:
Update; Good news, apparently some Titans and Vol players are helping Keaton. The school needs this …