Hannity Goes Off on ‘Record Level of Vicious Left-Wing Hate’ After GOP Shooting
On Wednesday night, Sean Hannity opened his monologue live from Alexandria, Virginia by addressing the shooter of the GOP baseball practice, bringing up how he was a “staunch leftist” who “hated all things Republican, conservative, and especially President Trump.”
After mentioning that he was a big Bernie Sanders supporter, Hannity acknowledged that the shooter “does not represent all Bernie Sanders supporters” and took a shot at Bill Clinton for blaming talk radio for the Oklahoma City bombing and said “we’re not going to stoop” to his level.
He did go on to tackle the “record level of vicious left-wing hate,” which he called the “biggest issue we have to face as a country.”
The Fox News host cited the controversial Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar that depicts President Trump’s assassination, Kathy Griffin’s photo shoot of her hold Trump’s bloodied severed head, Madonna’s angry rant from the Women’s March where she said she “thought a lot about blowing up the White House,” and Snoop Dogg’s music video of him shooting Trump with a fake gun.
Hannity added he can “spend hours” with examples of liberal celebrities “glorifying violence” against President Trump.
He then turned his attention to Democrats, who he claims “dehumanizes” Republicans and “paint them as monsters.” He cited examples of Democrats saying that Republicans “want dirty air and dirty water,” depicting Paul Ryan pushing granny off the cliff, and calling them racist/sexist/Islamophobic/homophobic/xenophobic/etc. every election season.
He concluded that “the climate around the country, it becomes more than toxic and the tragic results of course follow.”
Watch the clip above, courtesy of Fox News.
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