Sean Hannity blasted Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Friday over the team of investigators who are part of his Russia probe.

President Trump referred to the team as "Angry Dems" last week, tweeting that they are "only looking at one side, not the other."

Hannity said on Friday that the special counsel's team is comprised of "major Democratic donors. No Republicans."

"At this point, Robert Mueller might as well have hired Maxine Waters and Elizabeth Warren," he said. "He's not even trying to appear fair."


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Hannity said that Mueller's probe is investigating a man -- President Trump -- and not a crime.

He said that none of the charges against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort have nothing to do with collusion.

"[Mueller] is always offering the 'get out of jail free' card" to people who are associated with the president that have been found of crimes.”

That card, Hannity said, is if people like Manafort, George Papadopoulos and Michael Flynn say what Mueller wants them to say.

"Nothing has been uncovered. Zero," he said. "What we have, though, is a political persecution."

He added that there is a "two-tiered" justice system in America that "disgusting and despicable" and shouldn't be allowed.

Hannity said that the Justice Department under Barack Obama used the Christopher Steele dossier as the basis of an investigation into Trump.

"We now live in a two-tiered justice system. One where President Trump and anybody around him are aggressively pursued for months on end by a team of Democrats masquerading as investigators," he said.

He added that Democrats, though, "get away scot-free."

"Every American should be very concerned and worried by what is a completely unfair precedent in this country," he said."

Watch more from Hannity's monologue above.


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