Hannity: Political Climate Ahead of Midterms Has Become 'Extraordinarily Dangerous'
Says Americans must 'settle political disputes' on Nov. 6.
In his opening monologue on Monday night, Sean Hannity warned of the shifting political climate in America ahead of November's midterm elections.
Hannity described the changing tenor in the country as "extraordinarily dangerous" and said that there's no place for it.
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"Let me be clear. Violent mob rule, it's gotta be unacceptable in the United States of America," he said.
Hannity called on elected officials throughout the country to condemn the violent acts that have occurred.
"At the end of the day, we all need to be safe." he said. "Settle your political disputes in 22 days from now."
"Is that how we handle disagreement? You can't be civil? Oh, only if we win political elections?" Hannity asked.
Watch more from Hannity's opening monologue above.