Sean Hannity blasted actor Peter Fonda for his "sick, twisted [and] ugly" tweets invoking violent treatment of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Barron Trump.

Fonda, the 78-year-old brother of anti-war activist actress Jane Fonda, tweeted a suggestion that the twelve-year-old first son should be "caged" with pedophiles and that Nielsen should be pilloried and whipped by the public.

Fonda was reacting to the immigration policies being enforced by President Donald Trump.

"You could be arrested for those words and frankly, you should be," Hannity said.

"Where's Nancy Pelosi? Where's Elizabeth Warren? Where's the 'champion of women' Hillary Clinton?" Hannity asked, noting the relative silence on the left against Fonda's violent imagery.


'Go Home to Mommy': Trump Riffs on Protesters at Rally for GOP House Candidate

'Sickening Depravity of the Left': The Five Reacts to Peter Fonda's Obscene Remark about Barron Trump


Hannity added that Occupy Wall Street reportedly promoted the murder of ICE agents and that an Antifa activist published personal information connected to more than one thousand agents.

He also said activists from the Democratic Socialists of America interrupted Nielsen's night out in Washington, D.C. by protesting inside a Mexican restaurant.

Watch more above.


Tammy Bruce on Trump Accomplishments: On 'Center-Left Media' All You'll Hear Is Anti-Trump 'Harangue'

'Go Home to Mommy': Trump Riffs on Protesters at Rally for GOP House Candidate