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In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said liberals effectively set $30 million "on fire" in the Georgia special election.

Hannity said Democrats are "in total disarray" after their Georgian candidate Jon Ossoff and South Carolinian candidate Archie Parnell lost their respective races.

He called Ossoff's loss a "huge disappointment for the Democrats."

"Liberals, actually, they would've been better served if they dug a big giant hole and threw all their money in it, or maybe gave it to poor people, or set it on fire," he said.

Hannity dismissed claims by MSNBC pundit Rachel Maddow that Mother Nature affected Democrat turnout in Alpharetta and suburban Atlanta.

He played a clip of Maddow asking reporter Steve Kornacki if the drizzling rain felt throughout the day in the Peach State could've kept Ossoff voters indoors.

Watch the segment above.

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