Tonight on Hannity, host Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter discussed whether the Boston bombings should impact America’s immigration policy. Hannity questioned what “we as a country can do to prevent these types of individuals from entering the United States in the first place.”

Coulter cited Ted Kennedy’s 1964 immigration act that “was specifically designed to bring in Third World immigrants and to block immigrants from the countries that we’ve traditionally taken immigration from that made up America, i.e. Europe.”

She said there’s been about a dozen murders by immigrants from 2010-2012. Comparing those cases to the Tsarnaev brothers, Coulter said, “They were here like Suspect 1 and Suspect 2 – which by the way have become a popular way to identify them because no one can pronounce their names – they are here, the family’s on welfare, […] meanwhile they’re talking about how they hate America.”

“We can be pretty stupid as a country. We have dumb politicians,” Hannity said in regards to allowing people who’ve grown up under Sharia law into the U.S.

Coulter said zero immigrants should be collecting welfare and zero immigrants should be committing mass murder. “If you are collecting government assistance, it seems to me, can’t we all agree you are not the kind of immigrant we need in America.”