Hannity: Celebrities, Media Putting Out 'Fake News' on Trump Travel Ban
In his Opening Monologue on Monday, Sean Hannity criticized liberal celebrities and pundits in the mainstream media for misrepresenting and "freaking out" over President Trump's ban on immigration from nations that harbor terrorists.
Hannity said several acceptance speeches at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards exemplified how "out of touch" celebrities are with national security concerns.
Former "Seinfeld" actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus called Trump's ban "unamerican" and "American Crime Story" star Sarah Paulson urged viewers to donate to the American Civil Liberties Union, which has supported the ban's protesters.
"They are willing to gamble with your life," Hannity said.
He also called out Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) for his "crocodile tears" for individuals affected by the ban, agreeing with Trump's statement that the Brooklynite must have a "good acting coach".
Hannity noted that former President Barack Obama identified the same seven countries in Trump's order as the most dangerous in regards to terrorism, calling the media's omission of that fact "fake news".
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