Sean Hannity tonight took on Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) for remarking that “it feels like open season on black men in America.”

Johnson said on the U.S. House floor, “It feels like open season on black men in America, and I'm outraged. In fact, all Americans are at risk when bad actors in law enforcement use their guns instead of their heads.”

“What we have seen is a revelation, a cascade of black males being killed at the hands of law enforcement,” Johnson told Hannity.

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Hannity asked Johnson if he knows the number of black fatalities caused by law enforcement in 2012 – the most recent statistics.

“No, and that’s a big problem, Sean,” Johnson said, estimating “about 400 deaths minimum per year.”

But Hannity cited CDC statistics, which say there were 123 black fatalities caused by police in 2012.

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