Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Friday, Sean called on all Americans to come together in the wake of last weekend’s deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas; slamming left-wing activists who are using the tragedy to score cheap political points.
“In the face of the pure evil that we saw in Las Vegas, America is learning some very valuable lessons about coming together and unifying,” said Sean. “However, despite the tragedy and despite the fact that people are still in the hospital, predictably there are people on the left: Democrats, celebrities, liberals in the mainstream media they continue to politicize this tragedy… beyond shameful.”
“Instead of dividing the country like the left is doing and has been doing all week, isn’t it time for the rest of the country to follow the example set one hour before the shooting by the people in that very crowd?” asked Hannity. “Doesn’t that start by respecting our country, our flag, our military? Those people that fought, bled, and died under that flag for this country, for our freedom to go to concerts?”
“Those that continue to divide this country, you should listen to the stories of just some of the heroes of the Vegas shooting,” he added. “One of the lessons from this week is that we forgot what happened on 911.”
“Maybe this week will teach us that we should stop rushing to judgment on big, high-profile cases like President Obama did so many times,” said Sean. “Maybe the lesson from Vegas and this tragedy will be that this country needs to come together, and it starts this Sunday at the NFL, and at stadiums all across the country.”
Watch Sean’s opening monologue above.